Theodore (Ted) D. Ogilvie is your legal connection in Frisco. He lives in Frisco with his wife of over 25 years, has two children in Frisco ISD schools, attends church in Frisco, shops in Frisco, dines in Frisco, and embraces Frisco as his community. North Texas is not only where he practices, but it is his home.
As an attorney, Mr. Ogilvie chooses to keep professionalism on the highest bar in his practice. Not only does he believe in the Texas Lawyer’s Creed, he believes in upholding the Golden Rule. He learned throughout his childhood from his father and mother the importance of being honest and treating everyone with dignity and respect. Maybe this is why he was selected to the 10 Best Attorneys 2017 and 2018 for Client Satisfaction in the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys!
He has represented clients in many facets over the years in many different courts and tribunals, but his practice is vastly evident in Denton and Collin Counties, as well as Dallas and Tarrant Counties. For eight years he served on the Executive Board of the Denton County Bar Association, distinguishing himself as its President in 2013-14. He currently is an Executive Board officer for Denton County Collaborative Professionals, and he is a former Executive Board member of North Central Texas College, Foundation Board of Directors (2002-08) and a former Vice President for Arts in Education for Denton Area Council of Parent Teachers Association. Part of his mission is to give back to his community as much of his time and resources as possible. He supports his local profession and education of local students.
Mr. Ogilvie strives to resolve issues outside of court, if possible. He is well-trained and experienced in alternative dispute resolution techniques, particularly mediation, collaborative law, and arbitration. But when necessary, he is an excellent litigator in court and has tried many cases in our Texas Courtrooms. He continues to maintain his esteemed membership in the College of the State Bar of Texas as a practitioner who regularly performs well-beyond the basic continuing legal education requirements of attorney licensure with the Texas Bar.
Basic Mediation, Texas Woman's University, 2007 and Advanced Family Law Mediation, Denton County Alternative Dispute Resolution Program, 2011; Interdisciplinary Collaborative Law Training, New Paradigm, 2008
Juris Doctor, Texas A&M University School of Law, Fort Worth, Texas Dec 2000
Master of Business Administration, Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Weatherford, Oklahoma Dec 1990
Bachelor of University Studies, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico May 1989
We are located in the Heart of Frisco at Stonebriar Commons, just up Hwy 121 from Nebraska Furniture Mart (The Colony) and directly across from Toyota's North American Headquarters (Plano) at 121 and Legacy Drive, and we're a mile west of the Dallas North Tollway.
We are excited for the Cowboys to be at the Frisco Star, as well as seeing the Stars practice at Dr Pepper Arena and FC Dallas kicking it at Toyota Stadium. And who can forget the Frisco RoughRiders at Dr Pepper Stadium?
Our office is essentially on the Denton-Collin County line and ready to serve clients in Denton County, Collin County and Dallas County.
See our address and map below.
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