The Law Offices of
Elisa Maloff Reiter

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Elisa Reiter takes safety of our existing/prospective clients in light of the COVID-19 pandemic seriously. During these uncertain times, you may expect the highest level of service for which Mrs. Reiter is known.

To continue business as usual, Mrs. Reiter has implemented alternative meeting methods including video conferencing, teleconferencing and electronic document signing. Mrs. Reiter charges for consultations.

Mrs. Reiter will continue to closely monitor this situation in her on going representation of clients in Dallas County, Collin County, Denton County, Tarrant County and Rockwall County. Stay safe, stay happy and call the Law Offices of Elisa Reiter at (214) 219-9800.

Articles

Mrs. Reiter’s Publications Include:

  • “Practicing Practically as an Amicus Attorney,” Dallas Bar Headnotes, Volume 31, Number 3 (March 1, 2007).
  • “Empowering Effective Expert Testimony: How to Avoid the Exclusion of Your Testimony,” TCA JOURNAL, Texas Counseling Association, Volume 25, Number 2, Fall, 1997.
  • “Have Patience: Your Patients May Have More Privacy Rights Than You,” TCA JOURNAL, Texas Counseling Association, Volume 24, Number 1, Spring, 1996.
  • “Avoiding the Pitfalls of Practice: Some Legal, Ethical and Practical Guidelines for the Prudent Mental Health Professional,” TCA JOURNAL, Texas Counseling Association, Volume 23, Number 1, Spring, 1995.
  • “Nuts & Bolts: Roles and Responsibilities of the Participants in a Child Abuse Case,” 1995 Guardian Ad Litem Series (First Session: Taking An Active Role, Co Sponsored by the 304th and 305th District Courts and Dallas CASA), DALLAS, TEXAS, October, 1995.
  • “The Law, A Hypothetical, and the Importance of Perspective as it Relates to the Practicalities of Daily Practice,” TCA JOURNAL, Texas Counseling Association, Volume 23, Number 2, Fall, 1995.
  • “Dealing with Governmental Entities, or, The D.A.’s On First, C.P.S. is on Second, and I.C.P.C. is on Third,” 21st Annual Advanced Family Law Course (Section KK), DALLAS, TEXAS, August, 1995.
  • “BUT MOM, I Don’t Have To Go, Do I?” TCA GUIDELINES, TCA, Volume 43, Number 5, January, 1995.
  • “Can You Rely on Tape Recordings?” TCA GUIDELINES, TCA, Volume 43, Number 3, November, 1994.
  • “Is Texas Law Chomping, Stomping and Chewing Up Mental Health Professionals?,” TCA GUIDELINES, TCA, Volume 43, Number 6, June, 1994.
  • “Psychologist = ‘1,’ Disgruntled Dad = ‘0’,” TCA GUIDELINES, TCA, Volume 42, Number 10, June/July, 1994.
  • “Legal Consultation: Know the Facts… And the French,” Progress Notes, TMHCA, Volume 9, Number 3, Spring, 1994.
  • “The Power of Privilege: The Mental Health Professional’s Obligation to Juggle Confidentiality and Protection in the Era of AIDS,” published as a monograph by the Texas Mental Health Counselors Association in February, 1993.
  • “And Where Did you Matriculate? How to Present Testimony on Your Credentials As An Expert,” Progress Notes, TMHCA, Volume 2, Fall, 1992.
  • “The Counselor as Journalist,” Progress Notes, TMHCA, Volume 1, Winter, 1991.
  • “What To Do When You are Served With a Subpoena,” Progress Notes, TMHCA, Volume 1, Fall, 1991

Co-Authored By Elisa Maloff Reiter

  • “Psychological Testing: An Update,” MARRIAGE DISSOLUTION COURSE, Irving, Texas, May, 1989.
  • “Life After Pattern Jury Charge V,” MARRIAGE DISSOLUTION COURSE, Irving, Texas, May, 1989.
  • “Conservatorship: Case Strategies,” ADVANCED FAMILY LAW COURSE, San Antonio, Texas, August, 1989.

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