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Tom King
Texas Online Mediator Tom King

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7941 Katy Freeway #271
Houston, TX 77024
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7134492000

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Description of Practice

This Mediator is Certified
Tom King is a Houston-based family law attorney who specializes in online / video conference mediation statewide in Texas for family, CPS, probate, elder and civil case. Mediation is $250 per party for a half day (4.0) hours of video conference mediation from your phone or computer anywhere worldwide.

Professional Background

Tom was a juvenile felony prosecutor for the Galveston County District Attorney's Office where he was undefeated in jury trials include capital murder. Today, over 90% of Tom's practice is exclusively focused on online mediation of Texas legal disputes.

Experience

Tom is a certified mediator, parenting coordinator/facilitator, CPS case attorney and family law attorney.

Degrees

Tom graduated from Boston University School of Law, J.D. (1992); and from Texas A&M University, BBA in Marketing (1986).

Training

Dates    Trainer(s)    Title   
2017    Harris County Dispute Resolution Center    Basic Mediation (40 hours)
2017    Manousso Mediation & Arbitration Training    Advanced Family Law Mediation (30 hours)
2017    University of Houston Law Center    Juvenile Advocacy Training (20 hours)
2017    State Bar of Texas    Advanced Family Law Conference (20 hours)
2018    Manousso Mediation & Arbitration Training    Parenting Coordinators & Facilitators (20 hours)
2018    State Bar of Texas    Advanced Family Law Conference (20 hours)
2018    University of Houston Law Center    Juvenile Advocacy Training (20 hours)
2019    Manousso Mediation & Arbitration Training    Arbitrator Training (20 hours)
2019    Manousso Mediation & Arbitration Training    Elder Law Mediation (20 hours)
2019    University of Houston Law Center    Juvenile Advocacy Training (20 hours)
2019    State Bar of Texas    Advanced Family Law Conference (20 hours)

Approach

Tom is a Houston-based, Texas-focused, online mediator focused on cost effective, time efficient, successful resolution of statewide legal disputes using video conferencing, electronic signatures and efficient party preparation prior to mediation.

Fees

$250 per party per half day (4.0 hours) of mediation, paid by Zelle.

Other Information

Payments only accepted by Zelle to 713-449-2000 or tom@tomking.com.

Areas of Practice

  • Adoption
  • Adult Family
  • Business
  • Civil (general)
  • Community
  • Divorce (all issues)
  • Divorce (parenting)
  • Elder
  • Estate Planning
  • Faith Based
  • Family
  • General
  • Jewelry
  • Legal Malpractice
  • LGBTQ
  • Marital Mediation
  • Nursing Home
  • Online Mediation
  • Parent-Teen
  • Personal Injury
  • Pet Mediation
  • Police
  • Probate
  • Sexual Harrassment
  • Small Claims
  • Technology
  • Victim - Offender
  • Workers Comp
  • Workplace

Professional Services

  • Mediator
  • Custody Evaluator
  • Mediator-Arbitrator
  • Mediation Consultant
  • Mediating Lawyer
  • Arbitrator
  • Collaborative Professional
  • Online Mediator
  • Parenting Coordinator

References

Jared Woodfill Family Law Attorney Stephanie J. Proffitt Family Law Attorney Jane Joseph Family Law Mediator Garth White Family Law Attorney Jill McCarthy Artnz Probate Attorney Hans Nielson Criminal Attorney John Schmude Family Law Attorney & Former Judge Michael Clay Family Law Attorney Scott Chapman Family Law Attorney Alison Spencer Talaska Family Law Attorney




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