Judge Wells is a hard-working, committed public servant who has presided over one of the busiest family courts in Tarrant County since 1995, and Associate Judge for three years prior.


     The 325th District Court hears family law and Child Protective Service cases. While on the bench she has presided over 20,000 family law cases. In addition to his constitutional duties, Judge Wells oversaw the new family law building.


    On the bench, she is known as a knowledgeable, no-nonsense jurist with a passion for the law. She clearly takes her role very seriously and dispenses justice guided by the law as it is written. 

    She started Tarrant County's first all-female law firm. Along with many other awards for her work.  Judge Wells is highly regarded by her peers, litigants, and attorneys for her conservative judicial service. 



Eva Barnes Award by the Tarrant County Family Law Bar Association on December 9, 2005

   Awarded In Appreciation for Her Outstanding Service, Leadership, and Uncommon Contributions to Family Law


2012 District Court of the Year awarded by Dispute Resolution Services of North Texas

    Recognizing the Tarrant County Court making the greatest contribution in support of Alternate Dispute              Resolution


2016 Silver Gavel Award awarded by the Tarrant County Bar Association in recognition of outstanding judicial service.

Board Service

DFW Pug Rescue, Inc.

Trauma Support Services of North Texas


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