Andrew Speers HS
Initial Consultation, by Phone or Virtual
$300
Hourly Rate
$375
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Andrew Speer,

Associate Attorney

Being an attorney motivates me every day; earning the opportunity to represent families in my community is a privilege I will never take for granted. I’ve had an interest in the legal field for as long as I can remember. I started my college career studying political science at the University of California, San Diego, after which I moved from my home state of California to attend law school at Southern Methodist University. After receiving my JD in 2015, I immediately began practicing family law, refining the skillsets necessary to excel as an advocate for my clients.

I believe each one of my cases deserves specialized, unique treatment. Attorneys have the privilege of making meaningful, enduring changes to families' lives, and I take that responsibility seriously. In addition to practicing law, I enjoy contributing to the continuing legal education of my peers. It’s been an honor to contribute to Texas Bar Today, Dallas Divorce Law Blog, Boston Bar Association Family Law Newsletter, Strafford Webinars, and most recently, Mastering the Digital Courtroom. In particular, I’ve developed a reputation as an expert in the emerging field of cryptocurrencies in divorce. 

I’m grateful to combine my passions and expertise to help those in need; I look forward to seeing how I can do the same for you.

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Experience

• Associate Attorney, Walters Gilbreath, PLLC, 2021–Present
• Attorney, O'Neil Wysocki Family Law, 2017–2021
• Attorney, Holmes, Diggs, and Eames, PLLC, 2015–2017
• Law Clerk, Holmes, Diggs, and Eames, PLLC, 2014–2015

Education

• Southern Methodist University, Dedman School of Law, J.D., 2015

  • President - Student Bar Association

• University of California, San Diego, B.A., Political Science, 2010

  • President - Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity, Gamma Rho Chapter
Associations

• Dallas Bar Association, Member
• Collin County Bar Association, Member
• Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, Co-Chair Finance, CLE, and Law Student Assistance Committees

Publications

• Mastering the Digital Courtroom – A Guide to Remote Litigation (Dec 28, 2020)
• LawPractice CLE Cryptocurrency as an Asset in Divorce (Sep 16, 2019)
• LawPracticeCLE Digital Dissolutions: Cryptocurrency and the Marital Estate
(Jul 26, 2019)
• Boston Bar Association Family Law Newsletter
• When Apples Don’t Equal Apples: Divorce,
Division of Marital Assets, and Tax Consequences (June 5, 2019)
• Tax Alliance Conference
• Pirating Private Keys (May 21, 2019)
• Dallas Bar Association Headnotes
• Cryptocurrency as an Asset in Divorce: Valuation,
Division and Location of Currency (Feb 13, 2019) Strafford Webinars
• Cryptocurrency and Family Law: The
Basics (Part 1) (Aug 28, 2018)
• Dallas Divorce Law Blog/Lexblog
• Using Venmo as a Vehicle for Hidden
Assets and Fraud in Divorce (Apr 24, 2018)
• Dallas Divorce Law Blog/Texas Bar Today

Personal Life

• Hometown: Yorba Linda, California
• Favorite sports team: Los Angeles Lakers
• Dachshund-Corgi mix, Leia