Comm. Renee E. Wilson (Ret.) served 22 years as a Commissioner for the Orange County Superior Court dedicated to family law assignments. During this time, Commissioner Wilson completed thousands of family law trials involving property division, breach of fiduciary duty, child custody, child and spousal support, premarital agreements, attorneys’ fees, and other family law-related matters. She also completed assignments in domestic violence litigation, termination of parental rights, and surrogacy matters.
Prior to taking the bench, Commissioner Wilson worked for 15 years as a sole practitioner, with an emphasis on family law and general civil practice. Her general civil practice embodied many areas of law, including personal injury, minor’s compromise, minor’s counsel and elder abuse, UM/UIM claims, real estate matters involving unlawful detainer actions, landlord-tenant disagreements, easements and HOA disputes. She is trained in Title IX claims.
In her ADR practice, Commissioner Wilson is known for her thorough preparation, level-headed approach to addressing the issues at hand, and her commitment to settlement.
Commissioner Wilson is a recipient of numerous awards and accolades for her work on the bench and in the community. She received the Judge James O. Perez Trailblazer Award from the Hispanic Bar Association of Orange County in 2020, and was named its Judge of the Year in 2018. In addition to her long-standing devotion to serving the community, Commissioner Wilson enjoys a reputation for her strong intellect, compassion, and her firm grasp on the nuances of complex family law litigation.
Commissioner Wilson is bilingual in English and Spanish.
Child and Spousal Support
Miscellaneous Family Issues