TAMMY L. WINCOTT
Ms. Wincott is the principal owner of the Wincott Law Firm, P.C.. Ms. Wincott has a diverse background including military service in the United States Air Force, law enforcement experience, construction industry experience and equine experience. Ms. Wincott is originally from upstate New York and relocated to Central Texas in 1988.
Ms. Wincott obtained her Juris Doctorate from St. Mary's School of Law. Her undergraduate work was completed Summa Cum Laude with Park University.
Tammy L. Wincott
She is admitted to practice with the United States Western & Southern District Courts of Texas as well as the Supreme Court of Texas.
She is a member of the following professional organizations: American Bar Association, American Immigration Lawyers Assoc., Texas Bar Association with subsequent section membership in Family Law, Animal Rights, Bankruptcy, Immigration & Nationality, and Military Law. She is a member of the Comal County Bar Assoc. Member of the San Antonio Bar Association with section membership in Family Law, Bankruptcy, Mexican American Bar Assoc and Immigration Law. She is an active member of the District and County Courts Committees and is Chair of the SABA Justice of Peace and Municipal Courts Committee.
In November of 2011, she was elected to serve as a Board member on the Mexican American Bar Association based in San Antonio.
She is a member of The College of the State Bar of Texas which seeks to enhance professionalism through education.
Ms. Wincott was named by her peers in the June 2010, June 2011 and June 2012 edition of Scene in S.A.as one of San Antonio's Best Lawyers in the categories for Family Law and Bankruptcy practice.
She has also received the SABA Community Justice program award for most pro bono cases handled by an individual attorney for 2010. 2011 she tied with one other attorney for the award. Both years she has handled in excess of 19 cases both through the organization and outside of it. This award was won again in 2012.
In 2010, Ms. Wincott served on the Governor's Advisory Group to study the state of the Horse Racing Industry in Texas. She is a licensed trainer/owner with the Texas Racing Commission and currently trains racehorses out of Retama Park in Selma, Texas. When a horse is not suited for racing she strives to relocate her horses to new homes where their individual talents will be utilized rather than pushing a horse beyond its limits.
Ms. Wincott is Immediate Past-President of the Hunters Mill Home Owners Association (2008-2011).
She is a current Board member of the San Antonio area Mexican American Bar Association.
She is immediate past vice-president of the Central Texas Eventing Association.
Training racehorses, running, reading, riding.