Name: Camille Milner
Date and Place of Birth: Fort Worth, Texas; December 24, 1958
Family: Tim Crouch, husband, and two sons, Charles (28) and William (21)
Education: UT Law School; graduation 1983; UNT, B.A. History & Political Science 1980
Firm Name: S. Camille Milner, P.C.
Member of Collaborative Divorce Texas since: Charter Member since January 2004
I started practicing Collaborative Divorce because: I wanted to help families transition to a new stage without being destructive to them.
What I like best about this job: I see miracles in my office when a couple reaches out to each other and find a reconciliation of their relationship, even if it isn’t being married to each other.
My hobbies are: reading, sailing, traveling. Ok—and watching Big Bang Theory and The Nanny
My last meal would consist of: Veggie Moussaka and rhubarb pie
My favorite restaurant is: Green Zatar in Denton
The most interesting thing I have ever done is: Take a two-week vacation, sailing on the Queen Mary, then traveling around England all by myself.
The greatest influences of my life have been: My grandmother (Ma-maw) and my law degree
I drive a: 2016 White Ford F150
I wish I drove a: My 2007 Ford F150, which got totaled; I was going to keep it until I died and be buried in it until it predeceased me.
I am currently reading: “Marriage: A History” and “The Way We Never Were” both by Stephanie Coontz
Favorite book: “Jane Eyre”
Favorite song: “Happy” by Pharrell Williams
Favorite band/musician: Handel and Bach
4 Fantasy dinner guests – (living or dead): Thomas Jefferson, Buddha, Mohammed and Jesus
Favorite quote: “Reason teaches you…” a quote from my beloved grandmother; that pretty much covers all the questions in life, doesn’t it?
My friends say my greatest asset and greatest weakness is: my empathy
The most important advice I could give a teenager is: Spend time figuring out who you are, recognize how wonderful that person is, and continue rediscovering yourself all your life.