Fort Worth, TX (PRWEB) September 12, 2010
Terence "Teri" Sharise Estes, is running for Judge of the 360th District Family Court in Tarrant County using 21st century efforts.
Teri Estes won the Democratic Party nomination in late July and vows to quickly make the residents of Tarrant County aware of her candidacy in time for the November 2, 2010 elections. Teri Estes launched her campaign virtually soliciting on-line donations on her website at http://www.teriestescampaign.net, sending thousands of personal emails and adding YouTube and Facebook marketing blitzes. She plans on incorporating traditional methods of knocking on doors, but in a county of nearly 2 million people computers level the playing field.
Teri Estes, an Attorney, has practiced family law 10 years. Now, at 39 years of age is running for Judge of the 360th District Court, a Family Law Court in Tarrant County, Texas. Teri has a host of trial and contested hearing experience in the areas of divorce, support, custody, grandparents' rights, modifications and enforcement. Teri strongly supports and advocates the swift resolution of family cases, as a means to encourage amicable co-parenting opportunities, lessen domestic violence occurrences and ease tensions when dividing community property.
Teri is qualified for this position and has the energy to follow through with all efforts for the 360th District Court. The current Judiciary in Tarrant County needs a better checks and balance system, and she is more than capable of carrying out this task so that families will receive the justice they deserve.
Teri grew up in East Fort Worth and Forest Hill. She graduated from O.D. Wyatt High School in 1988 and attended both the University of North Texas and Texas Wesleyan University School of Law. Teri resides in Arlington. She is also the founding partner of Williams, Stevens & Estes, PLLC (http://www.wsefirm.com), a law office in Grand Prairie, Tarrant County, Texas.
Teri is vying to become only the second African-American Judge in the Tarrant County Family Courts in almost 20 years. The first was Judge Maryellen Hicks.
“I have a great message and I’m fully qualified. I simply need to get the word out as soon as possible,” says Estes.
Teri is running against Judge Michael Sinha, who was appointed in the interim by Rick Perry until the November 2nd election.