Callie practices exclusively family law, and enjoys handling all family law issues, including divorces, child custody, adoptions, mediations, enforcements, domestic violence and various other areas.
Clients often reach out to family law attorneys when they are facing some of the most difficult times of their lives, whether it be divorce, child, or property issues. Callie’s goal is to address these issues through proper litigation and legal techniques in a manner that makes these personal transitions easier for her client, while still getting them the result that they deserve.
Callie strives to not only be a resource and wealth of legal information for her clients, but to be an advocate for their cause both in and out of the courtroom. She approaches her cases with a passionate heart, and work diligently to use her knowledge of the law to obtain the best possible outcome. Authenticity, tenacity, loyalty, and hard work are the qualities on which Callie bases her approach to handling cases. She wants clients to know that they have someone fighting for them in their corner.
Callie recognizes that different clients have different needs, and she seeks to conform the approach for each unique client so that those needs are met.
She has a genuine passion for people, and helping others through difficult situations where they need someone with the legal expertise to get the best and most fair result.
Callie was born and raised in Abilene, Texas. She is the daughter of two hardworking parents. Her father is a police officer, and she comes from four generations of law enforcement. Callie lives in Fort Worth with her boyfriend, Tim.
Callie enjoys hiking and spending time outside with friends. Her favorite way to spend a Saturday is reading a good book, or listening to her favorite podcast. She is an avid coffee drinker and collector of art and pop culture media.
Areas of Practice
- Child Custody
- Texas A&M School of Law
- Honors: Law Review Editor
- University of North Texas, Denton, Texas
- Major: Psychology
- Minor: Religious Studies