Nicole B. Phillips, PC

Nicole B. Phillips, PC

Attorney Nicole B. Phillips devotes her practice to the areas of family law, estate planning, bankruptcy and personal injury. She is an experienced trial attorney who has tried numerous bench and jury trials during her career.

Firm Overview

Soon after graduating from The University of South Dakota, Nicole attended Oklahoma City University School of Law to obtain her law degree. Nicole built her first successful law practice in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, where she focused on Family Law, Estate Planning and Personal Injury law for over 7 years. Realizing her clients often found themselves in difficult financial situations following a major life change, she included Bankruptcy to her practice as well in order to help some of her clients with the next step of their new life path.

Nicole and her husband, John, moved from Oklahoma City to Sherman in order to be closer to John's children and Nicole's "bonus" children. Nicole and her family enjoy attending church, remodeling, camping, relaxing in the Hill Country, and family activities with the children.

The University of South Dakota, B.S. (2006)
Oklahoma City University, School of Law, J.D. (2009)

Texas State Bar
Oklahoma State Bar
U.S. Eastern District of Oklahoma
Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribal Court

Texas Bar Association
Oklahoma Bar Association
Oklahoma County Bar Association (Oklahoma)
Canadian County Bar Association (Oklahoma)
Oklahoma Lawyers for Children

Main Office

Main Office
111A N. Travis St., Ste. 4
Sherman, TX 75090


(214) 945-2410


(214) 988-5368


Office Information


Child Custody

Child Support


Collaborative Divorce

Divorce Mediation

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