Elaine S. Brown has spoken as a presenter for continuing education to Licensed Professional Counselors and to Attorneys and their support staff. She is knowledgeable in courtroom demeanor and issues relating to custody, substance abuse, domestic abuse and other related issues. She is available to speak for community groups in the areas of family violence, parenting after divorce, and custody in the modern age.
Elaine S. Brown has volunteered as a judge and as a mentor to High school students who desire to learn more about the legal system though the Dating Violence program at Dripping Springs High School.
She has also spoken as a presenter on the mental health effects of divorce to the Saturday Divorce group which gives women information about the legal, financial and mental health issues surrounding Divorce.
Additionally, she has served on many volunteer boards relating to the welfare of children, including the Victoria Children's Museum, the Youth Home Board, and the Victoria Theater Board. She has also served as Girl Scout leader for girls in the Dripping Springs area.
Elaine S. Brown is a certified mediator and has conducted and participated in many mediations. Ms. Brown is also trained as a Collaborative lawyer and has participated in collaborating on divorce cases. Additionally, Ms. Brown completed training as a Parent Coordinator/Parent Facilitator.
Ms. Brown has litigated many divorce and custody disputes and while she encourages settlement in most cases, she is prepared to litigate your case, if necessary to protect your interests and that of the children.
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