About Attorney & Mediator Tom King
Attorney Tom King is a Texas Family Law attorney with experience in complex family, divorce and CPS cases. His mediation practice handles family, CPS, probate, elder and civil matters. Tom pioneered statewide online family law mediation in in 2017 (years before the Wuhan Coronavirus in 2020) and focuses 100% of his practice on mediation, having no clients of his own.
Tom is also the organizer and host of the Texas Modern Mediation Conference, the state's largest CLE event to help lawyers improve their mediation skills. Leveraging his background as the host of a national syndicated "Tom King's CompuTalk" technology radio show in the 1990s, Tom is the first mediator in the USA to develop mediation mobile phone, tablet, smart watch and browser apps to streamline the mediation process.
Previously, Tom served as a prosecutor with the Galveston County District Attorney's Office (1993-1994) where he was undefeated in misdemeanor, felony and juvenile trials including juvenile capital murder. Tom is a member of the Texas Bar College and Texas Association of Mediators. Family Law and CPS professionals are encouraged to connect with Tom on LinkedIn and Facebook. Also, here is Tom's vCard.
Tom graduated from St. Thomas High School (1981), Texas A&M University (1986), and Boston University School of Law (1992). Tom is an NRA certified pistol instructor, licensed handgun owner, archer, bird/bow hunter, scuba diver, college football fan and a Celebrate Recovery believer. Both of his sons are Eagles Scouts, one of which is in the US Army Infantry.
We are constantly looking for law students and recent graduates waiting on their bar results to intern with us remotely. You will get the best modern mediation and family law experience in Texas! Participate in hundreds of mediations and hearings, connect with hundreds of attorneys and judges, gain multiple certifications and hit the ground running! All this and we don't even charge you! For more information and to meet our interns, visit our Internship page.