Ms. Mapes has also been employed as an Assistant Attorney General for the State of Texas Child Support Division, concentrating on establishment, modification and enforcement of all child support issues.
In March, 2008, Jane participated as an Attorney Ad Litem in the State of Texas vs. YFZ, in San Angelo, Schleicher County, Texas, the largest and most notorious CPS removal of children from polygamous fundamentalist families in the State of Texas.
Jane has been a Board Member of the Dallas Bar Association Family Law Section, an Associate in the Annette Stewart Inns of Court, a member of both the Tarrant County and Dallas County Bar Associations, a member of the College of the State Bar of Texas, a Top Attorney in Fort Worth Magazine, and is currently a member of the Association of Family and Conciliatory Courts and the State Bar of Texas Family Law Section.
Jane has co-authored papers presented at both the State Bar of Texas 33rd Annual Marriage Dissolution Institute (May, 2010) and the State Bar of Texas 39th Annual Advanced Family Law Seminar (August, 2013).
Jane returned to practice in the Irving Office of Bailey & Galyen in January, 2014, where she feels right back at home.
•Phi Delta Phi
Past Employment Positions
•Miami-Dade County State Attorney's Office, Legal Intern
•Bailey & Galyen, Associate Attorney
•Texas State Office Attorney General Office, Child Support Division, Assistant Attorney General
Honors and Awards
•New York State Regents College Scholarship Winner
•Top Attorneys 2013, Fort Worth, Texas - The City Magazine
Professional Associations and Memberships
•Dallas Bar Association, Family Law Section, Board Member, 2008 - 2010
•Annette Stewart American Inn of Court, Associate, 2008 - 2011
•Tarrant County Family Bar Association
•Tarrant County Bar Association
•State Bar of Texas Family Law Section
•Association of Family and Conciliatory Courts
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