Jennifer A. Broussard, P.C.

Firm Overview


Collaborative Law
Training Year Instructor / Course

Tesler & Webb - Introductory Course
Chip Rose & Sherry Slovin - Basic Course
Chip Rose & Sherry Slovin - Basic Course
Chip Rose & Sherry Slovin Video Review
Intermediate None


Chip Rose

Family Systems Mediation
Other Conflict Resolution

Interdisciplinary Collaborative Law Training -

Norma Trusch, Debbie Miller, Linda Solomon

and Scott Clarke


Practice Philosophy
General Comments:

In my own divorce some 26 years
ago, my husband and I worked it out ourselves and then my lawyer took
me to Court to enter the paperwork. It was dreadfully painful for us
but we accomplished this dreadful task without any degrading mean-spiritedness.
Each of us walked away knowing we had honored the love which once existed
between us, though we might not have felt that love at the end of our

In 1985, I became a lawyer and learned my profession at the feet
of one of the acknowledged finest litigators in the State of Texas.
I have seen the destruction of economic and emotional lives brought
about by the litigation process because I have been a participant in
that process.

I believe with all my heart and soul that Collaborative Law is the
better way because it allows people to do what my husband and I did
26 years ago, to walk away with personal dignity and respect for the
other spouse with an agreement each party can remain faithful to because
each party knowingly participated in its formation.

Areas of Emphasis:

I have been a litigator for
19 years and I learned at the feet of the

Main Office
Jennifer A. Broussard, P.C.
2425 West Loop South, Suite 200
Houston  TX  77027
  • 713-840-9017
  • 866-756-4017
I have practiced exclusively Family Law since 1985. Though a litigator, I am a skilled negotiator and I am trained in Collaborative Law.
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Jennifer Broussard

  • Bar Number: 03087297
    Texas , 1985

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