Law Office of James A. Jinks
Licensed to practice law in the:
†State of Texas - 2000
†State of California - 1992
†U.S. District Court-Northern District of Texas
†U.S. District Court- Central District of California
†U.S. District Court-Eastern and Western Districts of Arkansas
Jim meets the requirements pursuant to the Texas Civil Practice and
Remedies Code, Section 154.052 to conduct mediations.
Jim is qualified as a court-appointed mediator able to perform mediations of disputes relating to the parent-child relationship.
Jim meets the requirements of Section 646(b), Subpart E, Part 2, Chapter XIII, of the Texas Probate Code and is certified as eligible to be appointed an attorney ad litem in Texas courts.
†American Bar Association
†Tarrant County Bar Association
Born in Lubbock and raised inTyler, Texas, Jim attended Texas A&M University and received a B.S. in Criminal Justice from the University of Texas at Tyler in 1987. He attended the California Western School of Law in San Diego and received a J.D. in 1991.