Having practiced family law in Texas since 1990, Camille understands how emotionally and financially stressful a divorce can be. There is fear and uncertainty about what the future will hold regarding children, family relationships, and money. She decided in the late 1990s that the courthouse, where decisions about these important items are made by someone else after a public hearing, was not the best place for her work with families in conflict. She wanted more private settings where her clients felt safer and had control over the outcome. So she shifted her focus to Collaborative Divorce, Mediation, and assisting clients with amicable, uncontested divorces.
Camille helps clients who want to privately and respectfully work towards personalized solutions for their family. She is known for obtaining creative, customized, and often mutually beneficial outcomes when restructuring family finances and relationships without involving the court. She has helped many clients over the years achieve desired results for property division, financial support, and co-parenting children, while always striving to minimize conflict. Most of her clients are referred by former clients and other lawyers.
Camille has over 240 hours of training in Collaborative Divorce and Mediation. She is a founding member and past Chairperson of Collaborative Divorce Collin County and a Master Credentialed Collaborative Professional. She has been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America for Collaborative Family Law from 2013 – 2021. She was the Best Lawyers 2015 Lawyer of the Year, Collaborative Law: Family Law Dallas, Texas and the Best Lawyers 2019 Lawyer of the Year, Collaborative Law: Family Law Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas. She received a B.B.A. in business management from the University of Notre Dame and her J.D. in law from Louisiana State University. When she is not working, Camille enjoys sports, yoga, reading, and travel with her husband and daughter.