Jennifer Wright

Jennifer E. Wright

As a strong advocate and counselor, Jennifer handles every case with integrity and compassion. She approaches each case from a unique perspective presenting multiple outcomes and objectives to clients. Her diligence and consideration aids clients in defining their ultimate goals, which in turn establishes the foundation for the strategy of the case. Jennifer’s dedication allows her to examine and develop each case’s strengths, weaknesses, and obstacles. Based on her experience, she is practical when advising clients on offers of settlement and risks related to hearings and trial.

While growing up in Dallas, Jennifer desired a profession in which she could help people in a positive way. At a young age, she decided being a family lawyer would allow her to accomplish this goal. Jennifer focused her education with the objective of providing services which would result in her clients feeling new emotional stability, financial security and a sense of overall well being after the conclusion of their case.

Jennifer earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management and Marketing from Baylor University. She received her juris doctorate from St. Mary’s School of Law. During law school, Jennifer participated in the civil law clinic as a student attorney. She served on the board of the Texas Young Lawyer’s Association as the Law Student Liaison. She was also the Chair of the State Bar of Texas Law Student Division.

Since returning to Dallas after law school, Jennifer has continued to be an active member in the community and has been named the inaugural recipient of the “Good Works Under 40” Award from The Dallas Foundation.

Memberships:

State Bar of Texas- Family Law Section
Dallas Bar Association- Family Law Section
Collin County Bar Association
Dallas Association of Young Lawyers
Junior League of Dallas
Promise House, Board of Directors

2 Responses to Jennifer Wright

  1. Jerry Corp says:

    Good Evening, I was wondering if I could file my child support under bankruptcy because my child is over the age of 18 and I owe a lot of money on my child support in Texas.

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