“I wanted to be an attorney to help people in the community that could not help themselves and wanted to make a positive impact in people’s lives.
I became a Family Law Attorney because I had personally witnessed the positive impact a Family Law Attorney could make on the lives of the people they helped.
It is my personal mission to become the best and most knowledgeable attorney that I can possibly be so I can truly be a resource for clients facing family law related issues. I believe the best part about becoming a Family Law Attorney is the fact that I have a very loving and supportive family who has helped me to achieve my dreams. While it took me years to get here, I could not be more excited to be practicing Family Law.
I could not have achieved my goals without the love and support of my husband, parents, and two sisters, who I am very close with, who encouraged my growth and development throughout law school and my career. I also have a niece and two nephews who I love spending time with and watching them learn and grow.
I am a very energetic and outgoing individual who loves to get my hands dirty. I enjoy volunteering with Habitat for Humanity, remodeling my house with my husband, and participating in 5K runs. In addition, I own a cat and dog who both demand much of my time but I love very much."
Alexis grew up in the Dallas Fort Worth area and attended the University of Texas at Arlington, where she graduated with honors with a Bachelor of Arts in History and Pre-law. While attending UTA, Alexis was a University Scholar, a member of the Dean's List, and a member of the Golden Key International Honor Society, all while working full time.
After completing undergrad, Alexis headed west to attend Texas Tech University School of Law where she was the Editor in Chief of the Business & Bankruptcy Law Journal and gained valuable experience while working in the school's Tax Clinic. Additionally, Alexis participated in the Wills for Heroes Clinic, which provides essential estate planning documents free of charge to our nation's first responders.
During law school, Alexis spent a great deal of her time working for Judge William “Bill” Sowder in the 99th District Court, where she worked closely with the judge to better understand why he ruled on issues the way he ruled. This experience gave her a thorough understanding of civil law, in general, and helped her to become a better Family Law Attorney.
Texas Tech University School of Law, Lubbock, Texas
Degree: Juris Doctor, 2017
Business & Bankruptcy Law Journal, Editor in Chief
Low-Income Tax Clinic, Qualified Student Representative
Judicial Intern with Judge Brent Carr in the Tarrant County Criminal Court, Fort Worth, Texas
Intern with the Department of Labor - Office of the Solicitor, Dallas, Texas
Intern with the Department of Justice - U.S. Trustees Program, Dallas, Texas
Wills for Heroes Pro Bono Clinic
Delta Theta Phi
University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas
Degree: Bachelor of Arts, cum laude, 2010
Major: History, Pre-Law
Laverne Prewitt History Pre-Law Award and Scholarship
Golden Key International Honor Society
Closing the Loophole: Bankruptcy Trustees Attempt to Claw Back Tuition Payments from Colleges and Universities, 3 Bus. & Bankr. L.J. 319 (2016)
Beal Law Firm, PLLC
Associate Attorney 2018 - Present
Small Business Administration, Fort Worth, Texas
General Attorney and Case Manager, November 2017–February 2018
99th District Court, Lubbock, Texas
Law Clerk, February 2016–February 2017