Greetings! I’m Ben Beveridge, founder of The Beveridge Law Firm, PLLC, specializing in family law with a unique focus on representing non-custodial parents. Today, let’s take a look at Judge Patrick Bulanek, presiding over the 461st Judicial District Court in Brazoria County.
Governor Greg Abbott appointed Patrick Bulanek as Judge of the 461st Judicial District Court in Brazoria County, a role he assumed on September 1, 2019. Judge Bulanek is a member of the State Bar of Texas, The Federalist Society, and the Brazoria County Bar Association. He has a strong commitment to community service, having served as the president of the Rotary Club of Danbury, treasurer of the Women’s Center of Brazoria County, and more.
With a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Houston–Clear Lake and a Juris Doctor degree from the Thurgood Marshall School of Law, Bulanek brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the bench. His term, set to expire in 2024, has seen him preside over the 461st District Court, addressing the needs of the Brazoria County community and handling family law cases.
Before his judicial role, Bulanek practiced law in Danbury, Texas. Actively involved in legal organizations, he is a member of the Brazoria County Bar Association and the Federalist Society.
Residing in Brazoria County with his wife and two children, Judge Patrick Bulanek is not just a legal professional but a community leader.
For those seeking assistance or information, the court’s contact details are as follows:
Address: 237 E. Locust, First Floor Angleton, Texas 77515 Fax: 979-849-7514
Court Coordinator for Family Cases: Heather Canady Email: [email protected]
Court Administrator for Criminal Cases: Krystal Brooks Email: [email protected]
Court Reporter: Chelsea Allen Email: [email protected]
Additionally, Judge Donnell is currently assigned to hear the uncontested docket, CPS cases, and any other family cases assigned by Judge Bulanek, further contributing to the court’s timely resolution of matters.
Q: How can non-custodial parents get assistance? A: If you’re a non-custodial parent seeking legal assistance or advice, don’t hesitate to reach out. Whether you’re in Brazoria or Galveston County, my firm is here to help. Call us at 281-407-0961 or conveniently submit your information at our contact page.