Jamie PattersonFamily Law Attorney
“I’m an attorney and a trained mediator. I help clients navigate change and resolve conflict in divorce, family law, and probate matters. Using collaborative law tools, I especially enjoy working with clients to identify their true goals and interests, gather the necessary information related to the particular dispute, brainstorm and evaluate possible options, and, finally, negotiate an outcome that meets the goals and interests of all parties involved. When a dispute impacts children, I help the participants find the best solution possible for the children. I like working with families to create solutions and to develop conflict resolution skills, preserving relationships whenever possible.”
Collaborative Family Law; Family Law; Divorce; Mediation; Probate; Wills; Adoption Law.
Southern Methodist University (B.A. cum laude and honors in the Liberal Arts, 1992); Phi Beta Kappa; University of Texas at Austin (J.D., with honors, 1996); Phi Delta Phi (Secretary 1994-1995); University of Texas at Austin, M.B.A., 1996 (Sord Scholar); George Mason University, M.S., New Professional Studies: Organizational Learning, 2001; Basic Training in Collaborative Practice, 2004; Basic Mediation Training, 2008; Advanced Family Law Mediation Training, 2009; Interdisciplinary Collaborative Law Training, 2009.
admitted to bar 1996, Texas
International Academy of Collaborative Professionals
Collaborative Divorce Texas
Collaborative Professionals Association of San Antonio (President, 2012; Secretary, 2006-2007)
Association of Attorney-Mediators
Texas Association of Mediators
Texas Mediator Credentialing Association (Credentialed Mediator)
State Bar of Texas
San Antonio Bar Association.
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