“I became an attorney so that I could help people. I chose Family Law because of how important family is to me and how difficult it can be to navigate Family Law matters.
I am a wife and a mother, and we are a blended family. I personally have felt the effects that raising children in different households can bring. I want to ease my clients through this challenging transition and truly help them find what is in the best interest of their children and themselves.
I have three daughters, and my husband, Xavier, is amazing and has been there to support me every step of the way. We have two of the most adorable and rambunctious Goldendoodles who enjoy long strolls through the neighborhood.
When I am not at the office, you can find me floating in the pool with the kids or catching up on Netflix murder mysteries. We also love to travel near or far. It is always an adventure with the Ferguson’s!
I truly am grateful for this life that I get to live with those I cherish most.”
St. Mary’s University School of Law
Doctor of Jurisprudence, December 2019
Faculty Award for Academic Excellence, Fall 2016-Fall 2019
University of North Texas
Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, August 2012
Court Certified Mediator, December 2019
Beal Law Firm, PLLC
Associate Attorney, 2020
Cook & Cook Law Firm, PLLC
Drafting Attorney, 2020
Tessmer Law Firm, PLLC
Law Clerk, 2019 – 2020
AO Energy Law, Alford & O’Brien, PC
Law Clerk, 2018 – 2019
State Bar of Texas
Family Law Section, State Bar of Texas
Juvenile Law Section, State Bar of Texas
Hailey attended the University of North Texas, where she graduated with her undergraduate degree in just two short years. She then moved back to San Antonio to work for USAA, where she assisted Veterans with their home loan needs.
Hailey was then promoted to the Office of the CEO, where she handled the response to regulatory complaints.
In 2016, Hailey was able to go back to school to obtain her law degree.
Hailey worked full-time at USAA and attended classes in the evenings and on weekends and graduated with her Juris Doctorate from St. Mary’s University School of Law in 2019. She earned the Faculty Award for Academic Excellence Scholarship each semester she was enrolled.