Contact: Timothy Mendolia
5189 E I-20, North Service Rd.
Willow Park, TX 76087
Tim Mendolia Bio
Tim Mendolia is managing partner of the Law Offices of Mayo Mendolia & Vice, LLP, a law firm with three offices (Willow Park, Royce City and Tyler) and ten attorneys. The firm originated in 1995 as Tim’s solo practice after a brief stint as an associate in a small firm in North Dallas directly out of law school, and in 1999, he partnered with his long time friend and fellow Weatherford High School graduate, Keith Mayo, to form what is now Mayo Mendolia & Vice, LLP, serving Northern and Eastern Texas. Tim’s and Keith’s vision for the firm is to serve its clients with the best personal, small firm attention, but with the experience and resources of a large firm. The firm is a general practice serving most every legal need a business (small to publically traded) or individual would need, including but not limited to: corporate (entity structure, mergers and acquisitions, transactions/contracts, employment/human relations, and litigation); real estate and oil and gas transactions and litigation; probate and estate law; family law; criminal law; juvenile law; and general civil litigation.
The Willow Park office of Mayo Mendolia & Starr, LLP has one associate lawyer, Zach Pettigrew, who has a local background, as well, graduating from Aledo High School and ultimately, Texas Weslyan Law School in Fort Worth.
Tim is married to Kim Mendolia, and they have three children: Coby Talley, age 17; AJ, age 12; and Randi, age 9. The Mendolia’s moved from Arlington to Aledo in 2003 to be closer to their family and to raise their children in a small town atmosphere. Both Tim and Kim graduated from Weatherford High School and have had family and friends in Parker County for years, therefore, moving the law office from Arlington to Willow Park in 2005 to practice in the local community was a natural progression.
Both Tim and Kim are very active in their children’s lives and extracurricular activities, as well as, the local community as volunteers, members and officers of local non-profit organizations, such as BDGA, Aledo Youth Football and Cheer Association, and Team Luke’s. They began and continue to run a non-profit, travel baseball organization, the North Texas Bulldogs Baseball Club, which started with one team in 2004 and has grown to five to six teams per year at different age groups. The organization currently serves approximately fifty Eastern Parker County families.