Amy was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. She earned her B.B.A. in Economics from the University of North Texas. After working in municipal government for a few years, Amy pursued a certificate in Paralegal studies from Southeastern Paralegal Institute.
Amy first began her legal career as a paralegal at a large law firm in Dallas, Texas. After working as a paralegal for three years, Amy decided to give the lawyer life a go. She graduated from Texas Wesleyan School of Law (now Texas A&M School of Law).
After graduation, Amy began her career as an associate at a law firm and moved on to spend time working for Legal Aid of Northwest Texas serving low-income families. She also served clients within the oil and gas industry preparing title opinions, as well as serving clients with estate planning and probate needs. Amy continues to serve clients in her pro bono work with Legal Aid of Northwest Texas. She is also licensed to practice law in Texas and Oklahoma.
Amy’s estate planning practice focuses on helping families enhance their lives today and secure their futures tomorrow. She excels in guiding her clients through the often-confusing maze of financial and legal decisions to create plans that ensure the well-being of their families and the accomplishment of cherished family goals. Her legal expertise includes family protection, wealth preservation, and values-based planning, as well as planning strategies for unmarried couples and divorced individuals. Whether you are married or single, with a traditional family or blended one, just starting out or looking back on a life well-lived, Amy will help you to craft a plan that achieves your goals for your loved ones today, and for years to come.
Amy has chosen to concentrate exclusively in the estate planning and probate areas of the law because she is passionate about helping folks create happy and secure futures.
Amy and her family live in Frisco and are members of First United Methodist Church of McKinney. She enjoys travel, photography, and educating her community about estate planning and keeping folks out of court and conflict.