Tiffany Kamuche brings years of experience and optimism to the practice of law. Her primary practice areas are family law litigation and complex estate planning. Tiffany is well equipped to meet her clients’ needs. She believes that her compassion for client concerns and a “no-nonsense” attitude are what make her a champion for her clients.
While attending Texas Tech School of Law, Tiffany volunteered as a Court Appointed Special Advocate for abused and neglected children in the South Plains. In this role, Tiffany worked to ensure the safe transition of children in the foster care system into loving and caring homes. Tiffany seeks to ensure that every child grows up in a safe and healthy environment. Tiffany also clerked for a family law attorney assisting in complex family law issues from consultation to trial.
In her free time, Tiffany spends countless hours serving her church and staying active in her community. She tirelessly works to ensure that every child has a safe and loving place to call home.
- United States District Court of Northern District of Texas
- United States District Court of Eastern District of Texas
- State Bar of Texas – Family Law Section
- Dallas Bar Association – Family Law Section
- Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
- J.L. Turner Legal Association – 2015 Community Service Chair
- 2014 – 2015 Leadership SBOT Class
- Texas Tech University School of Law (Doctor of Jurisprudence)
- Texas Tech University Graduate School (Masters of Public Administration)
- Texas Tech University (Bachelor of Arts in Sociology & Mathematics)
- Kamuche, Tiffany. “The Case for Alimony: Love doesn’t live here anymore but your pocketbook does” The Curtis Report. February 11, 2014
- Kamuche, Tiffany. “Alienation of Affection: And then there were three” The Curtis Report. March 19, 2014