As the daughter of an attorney, I grew up watching my father practice law with integrity, kindness, and diligence. In college, I pursued other fields, but as time went on, I realized that my curiosity and love of learning combined with my need to serve others made practicing law the perfect fit. While at Texas Tech School of Law, I was one of three students chosen to start the Caprock Regional Public Defender Clinic and the first recipient of the Robert J. and Ann Burbridge Criminal Clinic Award given to the student who zealously represented clients in rural and underserved communities. That service to others and recognition of my efforts caused me to seek a job in public service which led me to my first job as an Assistant County Attorney in Midland, Texas. During my time there, I had the opportunity to serve as the CPS and mental health prosecutor, which is where my career in family law began. Even as a new attorney, I tried jury and bench trials on a weekly basis and defended those trial wins by writing my own appellate briefs. I knew that no other area of law would provide me with this level of emotional and intellectual satisfaction.
With more than ten years practicing law in the state of Texas, I joined Walters Gilbreath in the summer of 2023 based on its stellar reputation in the legal community and its professionalism, responsiveness, and organization at every level of operations. I truly believe that each client will feel they are a priority. As your attorney, my clients can expect me to be an honest and fierce advocate for them in every step of the process. I will always work diligently to provide the best representation for my clients while genuinely listening and providing reassurance and guidance through difficult times.
Outside the courtroom, I volunteer at Bass Concert Hall and serve as a Board of Directors for Camp Fire Central Texas.