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Mary Kate Brown

Associate Attorney
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Several years ago, in the midst of my own divorce, a lawyer gave me my power back; I spent the next seven years working so I can help others to stand up for themselves as well. In that time, I earned my undergraduate degree from Concordia University and my Juris Doctorate from St. Mary’s University School of Law, all while interning, leading The St. Mary’s Law Journal as the Executive Editor, and raising my two children...

David Spradling

Associate Attorney
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When I first set out to study law, I recognized that although a traditional education is vital, first-hand experience and specialized areas of focus are invaluable. As such, upon enrollment at South Texas College of Law, I enrolled in a program to become a certified mediator, secured employment as a Law Clerk at The Webster Law Firm, and maintained that position concurrently with my studies...

Stefani Preston

Associate Attorney
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In the Fall of 2015, I began my journey at Baylor Law School, and my love for law—particularly family law—took root. I joined the Editorial Board of the Baylor Law Review, won the 2016-2017 Baylor Law School Family Law Advocacy Award from the Baylor University School of Law for excellence in family advocacy, competed in interscholastic and national moot court competitions, and even placed in the American Bar Association National Appellate Advocacy Moot Court Competition...

Priyanka Bins

Associate Attorney
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As an attorney and a published author, I have a distinct advantage when it comes to practicing law, as my legal profession depends on the in-depth analyzation, utilization, and understanding of convoluted contracts, regulations, and statutes. I first noticed the connection between the two careers when I was in college, working as an editor for our student-run newspaper...

Stephanie Abiassi

Associate Attorney
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After graduating summa cum laude from UCLA and joining the Eta of Los Angeles chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, I moved back home to Texas. Once in Texas, I began my legal pursuits at the University of Texas School of Law. While studying at UT, I participated in the Texas Law Fellowships, raised money so my classmates could afford to dedicate their summers to doing pro bono work, and mentored through the Law Students Mentoring Undergraduates program...

Mstislav “Slav” Pedro Talavera-Karmanov

Senior Associate Attorney
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I graduated with dual degrees from the Arts & Sciences and the Business schools at Washington University and set out to find employment in the corporate workforce. I quickly found corporate life to be monotonous, so after a year of working in the business sector, I returned to school to study law...

Robert Tsai

Senior Associate Attorney
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My educational endeavors and my career in law have both been bolstered by my ability to analyze and work toward large-scale goals while still scrutinizing the smallest details. It is this eye for detail that helped me to earn an all-expenses-paid scholarship to study abroad at Bejing Jiaotong University for a semester as well as the distinction of graduating with honors from Purdue University...

James “Jim” Piper

Of Counsel
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Jim Piper is a trusted and respected name in the Texas Family Law community. In his active role as "Of Counsel," Jim serves as the most senior attorney at Walters Gilbreath, PLLC. In this position, Jim handles the most contentious and complex cases in Central Texas. Jim’s experience and years in the courtroom make him a valuable resource to his clients as well as the Walters Gilbreath team...

James “Jake” Gilbreath

Learn more about James "Jake" Gilbreath, Partner
I’ve wanted to be a lawyer since I was a little kid, but I had no idea that I would be representing families across the state of Texas in difficult and emotional divorces and custody cases. Where did I start in order to get here? My guess is that it is not where you think...

Brian Walters

Learn more about Brian Walters, Partner
I’ve wanted to be a lawyer since I was a little kid helping my uncle at his law practice. But it wasn’t until a few years ago that I realized how important my calling is to someone going through what you are going through. I had to experience my own divorce, re-marry and then have my own kids, and been a client myself. Since then, I’ve been a better lawyer and matured into the advocate that I am today...
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