Christopher K. Wrampelmeier practices exclusively family law and became board certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Certification in 2000. Besides litigation, he prepares premarital and marital property agreements, represents clients in collaborative law matters, and mediates family law suits. He frequently speaks on family law issues at the local and state levels. Chris serves on the Texas State Bar’s Family Law Section’s Legislative Committee and Family Law Practice Manual Committee. He is serving his second term on the Family Law Council of the Section. He is also active in the Texas Family Law Foundation and has headed its Bill Review Committee since 2007.
Mr. Wrampelmeier was born in Amman, Jordan into a State Department family. He lived in Saudi Arabia and Zambia, in addition to Washington, DC. His high school years were at Groton School, a boarding school in Groton, Massachusetts. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Near Eastern Studies from Princeton University. Upon graduation, he served four years on active duty as a lieutenant in the U.S. Army, mostly in West Germany. Chris received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Texas School of Law in 1993 and began his practice with the Underwood Law Firm that fall.
Chris is the Archdeacon of the Episcopal Diocese of Northwest Texas. He is the vice chair of the City of Amarillo’s Animal Management & Welfare Board, a board member and former president of the Amarillo-Panhandle Humane Society, and the counselor for the Downtown Women’s Center. He and his wife, Hortencia, have three children.