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Jennifer Wherry
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Jennifer Wherry is a family law attorney, with a primary focus in Collaborative Divorce & Mediation in Montgomery County, Texas. She is a licensed attorney in the State of Texas, an experienced mediator, and a member of Collaborative Divorce Texas. She is a graduate of the University of Houston Law Center and Baylor University, magna cum laude. She is a native Texan, wife and mother of three boys.

Prior Professional Experience
  • Reitzer & Wherry, P.C. The Woodlands, TX
    • Partnership specializing in family law, personal injury and general civil litigation in Montgomery and Harris County.
  • Montgomery County Women's Center, Conroe, TX
    • Represented victims of domestic violence in protective order, divorce, custody, enforcement and modification cases.
  • Harris County District Attorney's Office, Houston, TX
    • Researched case law and interviewed crime victims for Harris County prosecutors.
Bar Admissions
  • Texas State Bar, 2003
Professional Associations and Memberships
  • Dispute Resolution Center of Montgomery County, secretary
  • Woodlands Bar Association, Board Member and Co-Chair of Continuing Legal Education
  • Collaborative Law Institute of Texas, member
  • Montgomery County Bar Association, member
  • Pro Bono College, member 2008
  • University of Houston Law Center, Houston, Texas
    • J.D., May 2003
    • 2002 Public Interest Fellow
    • Legalese student newspaper, Senior Editor
    • Equal Justice Coalition, student chapter of Equal Justice Works
  • Baylor University
    • 1997, B.B.A in Marketing, Magna cum laude
    • Rotary Youth Leadership Scholarship for outstanding community service
Awards, Recognitions, Certifications, Presentations and Trainings
  • Leadership Montgomery County, Class of 2014
  • Presenter, Woodlands Bar Association, June 2016 ("There Will Still Be Business Enough" and "How Learning to Discourage Litigation Can Improve Your Litigation Practice")
  • 30 hours Family Law Mediation Training, Dispute Resolution Center of
    Montgomery County
  • 40 hours Basic Mediation Training, Dispute Resolution Center of Montgomery County
  • Presenter, Woodlands Bar Association CLE Luncheon, 2011
    ("Top Ten FAQ's of Family Law")
  • Domestic Violence Training, Fort Bend District Attorney's Office, 2005
  • Advanced Family Law Conference, attendee 2005, 2009, 2011, 2012
  • Presenter, Dispute Resolution Center of Montgomery County Mediator Training 2012
Past Employment and Volunteer Positions
  • Texas Rural Legal Aid, Inc., Plainview, TX
  • United States Arbitration & Mediation, St. Louis, MO
  • The Peace Corps, Nicaragua, Central America
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The collaborative divorce process is not appropriate for all cases and certainly is not a perfect or foolproof process. However, for families having legal disputes who have both real conflict and a desire to settle their differences without going to court, the collaborative divorce process may offer hope. In many cases, the collaborative process will be better able than the litigation process to increase the chances that the dispute will be resolved in an acceptable way without the family having to endure the difficulties encountered when family members litigate against each other in open court.

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