DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dallas divorce lawyer Aubrey M. Connatser has been selected one of the Top 100 Attorneys in Texas as well as one of the Top 50 Women Attorneys in the state.
In addition, Connatser made the list of the Top 100 Attorneys in Dallas-Fort Worth and Texas Super Lawyers while fellow Connatser Family Law attorney Mike DeBruin made the list of Texas Super Lawyers for the twelfth straight year. These designations are made by Thomson Reuters from a survey of their fellow lawyers.
Connatser, managing member of the Connatser Family Law firm in the Uptown section of Dallas, was one of the youngest Texas attorneys ever chosen for the Super Lawyer honor, at age 29.
Two years ago, she left the largest family law firm in the southwest to create Connatser Family Law. She was joined in her practice this year by DeBruin, considered one of the top veteran family lawyers in the state. Connatser Family Law now has five attorneys who handle exclusively family law cases.
Both Connatser and DeBruin are board certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. The firm also has three associates who handle their own caseloads – Christine Powers Leatherberry, Abby Gregory and Alissa Castro.
“We handle family law cases of all sizes and fact situations,” Connatser says. “We have the manpower and experience to handle the largest case involving a huge estate and many business interests. But we also have attorneys who can handle a simple divorce on a cost-effective basis. We set up this firm to accommodate most clients.”
To determine the Texas Super Lawyers honorees, researchers solicit nominations from more than 70,000 lawyers. A blue-ribbon panel of attorneys and the publication's editors then select the final honorees, who account for less than five percent of all Texas attorneys.
The 2014 Texas Super Lawyers list is published in the October issues of Texas Monthly and Texas Super Lawyers magazines, and is available online at http://www.superlawyers.com.
Connatser Family Law handles complex divorce matters, large-asset settlements, division of business interests, child custody, marital agreements, paternity, modification of divorce orders, collaborative law and other divorce and family law matters.