Amy’s approach to family law practice actually began before she passed the Texas State Bar, back when she was still in law school at the Texas A&M University School of Law. Amy had the opportunity to work at the school’s legal clinic, providing services for people who did not have access to an attorney. When she opened her own law firm, her only focus was on family law, and it still is today.
While working at the legal clinic, Amy quickly realized how much the lawyer can impact the outcome of a divorce or custody matter. She also discovered that each case brings a unique set of circumstances.
From your first meeting, Amy will work hard to help you feel comfortable that you have hired the right attorney.
If you are going through divorce or are facing a legal challenge regarding a custody, paternity or enforcement issue, you deserve to know that your lawyer focuses on one thing: the best possible outcome that meets your immediate needs, but takes into full account how your life will be impacted in one, five and even 10 years from now.
Amy lives in Rowlett with her spoiled dogs and cats. All four of her pets are rescues as she is passionate about giving abandoned pets a good home. When not working, she enjoys professional baseball, college football, reading, and running with her dog, who is a very enthusiastic Belgian Malinois.