“I practice law so I can help people during some of the most challenging and difficult times in their lives. I will always strive to use compassion and integrity with each client to find the best solution and outcome in their case.
After having served as an Assistant District Attorney for the last few years, I have gained the courtroom and litigation experience to be able to advocate for my clients fiercely. I have developed a passion for Family Law and have a desire to work directly with clients in hopes of making a positive and long-term impact on their lives.
Although I was born and raised in Florida, I ventured to Fort Worth to go to TCU (“Go Frogs!”) and have never looked back. After meeting my amazing husband in law school out in Lubbock, we made our way back to the DFW area. We have the most adorable golden retriever, named Luna, and we are those obnoxious & obsessed dog parents. I love spending time with my family and cherish each time I can go back to Florida to visit them. When I am not at the office or in court advocating for clients, you can find me spending time with my husband, my dog, or with friends. Whether it is working out, spending time outdoors, or watching Netflix, I am grateful for every moment.”
For the past two years, Kylie Peebles has worked as an Assistant District Attorney in Denton County. While there she prosecuted hundreds of criminal cases and served as the lead prosecutor or second chair on nearly 50 jury trials. During her time at the DA’s Office she spent close to a year prosecuting family violence cases. During this time, she gained valuable experience, insight, and knowledge into all the family law matters that were involved with those cases.
In 2017, Kylie graduated with her Juris Doctorate from Texas Tech School of Law. During law school Kylie was heavily involved with advocacy programs and the Student Bar Association. During her 3rd year of law school she was a student attorney for the Regional Public Defender’s Office, where she represented real clients charged with felony and misdemeanor criminal cases.
Kylie grew up in a small beach town in Florida and moved to Fort Worth, Texas to attend Texas Christian University. While attending TCU she studied abroad for 5 months in Seville, Spain where she attended their University and immersed herself in the culture and learned the language. In 2014, she graduated from TCU with her degree in Psychology.
Texas Tech School of Law — Lubbock, Texas — May 2017
Juris Doctorate, Cum Laude
Honor and Activities:
Vice President of Student Organizations—Student Bar Association
Director of Judge—Board of Barristers
Quarter Finalist—Mock Trial
Quarter Finalist—Moot Court
Student Ambassador—Dean of Students
Criminal Law Association
1L Curriculum Representative—Student Bar Association
Student Representative—Student Recruitment Council
Legal Research Assistant
George & Sarah Dupree Award
Who’s Who Among American College and Universities
Texas Christian University — Fort Worth, Texas — May 2014
Bachelor of Science, Major in Psychology, Minors: Spanish and Criminal Justice
Beal Law Firm, PLLC
Associate Attorney, 2019—Present
Denton County District Attorney’s Office
Assistant District Attorney, 2017—2019
Caprock Regional Public Defender’s Office
Student Attorney, 2017
State Bar of Texas
Collin County Young Lawyers Association