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Jamie Jordan

Awarded Houston’s Top 30 Most Influential Women in 2021

Advocating passionately and steadily for the family law clients she represents.  Jamie also advocates for others in the community with her involvement with several nonprofit community organizations that serve those in need.  She is diligent and passionate in her representation of her clients and her service of others in the community.

More About Jamie

Jamie is a graduate of South Texas College of Law and a community service advocate in the greater Houston area.  A native North Dakotan, she was born and raised in a small farming community and is no stranger to hard work, compassion, dedication and commitment to those she represents. Jamie is well versed in representing clients in contested custody matters, complex property issues, mediations and settlement negotiations.  Jamie has been practicing law in the Fort Bend County area for the past 13 years.

She is a proud mom of five children.  She personally understands the complexities of a divorce and the navigation of those issues many parents face when dealing with custody, child support, visitation and financial guidance.  Jamie is attentive and sensitive to the needs of her client’s and provides guidance and reassurance to the clients she represents.

Jamie collaborates with the Fort Bend County Sherriff’s office to assist with the domestic violence initiative.  She has created a team that will focus on working with law officials, authorities, politicians, and the community to prevent and provide awareness of domestic violence.

In her free time, Jamie enjoys riding her Harley Davidson, finding a challenging mountain to climb, running that next mile or spending time with her children and animals.

Qualifications and Education

South Texas College of Law, Houston, Texas

Juris Doctorate- 2008

Minnesota State University

Bachelor of Science


Health Care Administration

Bar Admissions

Texas – 2009

(281) 581-0608




Professional Associations:

  • State Bar of Texas, Family Law Section

  • Fort Bend Family Bar

Community Involvement

Pro-Bono Activities:


  • Volunteer with Second Mile Ministries

  • Volunteer with Attack Poverty

  • Volunteer with Fort Bend Family Promise

  • Active member of the Lone Star Exchange Club

  • Volunteer with the local Constables’ Office 

  • Volunteer with the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office 

  • Volunteer with several local churches in the distribution of food, supplies and services to the community.

  • Volunteer with FFA, Future Farmer’s of America 

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