Dallas divorce attorney Lauren Gilbert saw her parents go through a contentious divorce as a child. She knows the kind of turmoil that the process can inflict on families, and that is why she has made a career of practicing family law.
“I want to counsel clients through the difficult process to end up with the best result for the whole family,” Ms. Gilbert said.
Ms. Gilbert is a creative problem-solver. That skill comes in handy when practicing family law. Sometimes the divorce process requires some outside-the-box thinking in order for the parties to come to a reasonable agreement or settlement.
“Family law proceedings can be as friendly or contentious as the parties choose to make them,” she said. “My role is to advise the clients of their different options and help them reach the best possible outcome.”
Ms. Gilbert is licensed to practice in Texas.
Ms. Gilbert earned her Juris Doctor from the Southern Methodist University School of Law. She received her bachelor’s degree in English language and literature from Texas Tech.
Prior to joining Cordell & Cordell, Ms. Gilbert practiced family law.
In addition, Ms. Gilbert is a member of the Cordell Appellate Practice Division, where in addition to specializing in domestic law for fathers and men, she also focuses on appellate work, often assisting other Cordell attorneys nationwide with appeals.
Texas Young Lawyers Association, 2015
State Bar of Texas, Family Law Section, 2015
Dallas Bar Association, Family Law Section, 2015
Collin County Bar Association, 2018
Collin County Women Lawyer’s Association, 2018
Curt B. Henderson American Inn of Court, 2019
Ms. Gilbert was named a 2022 and 2023 Rising Star in the family law practice area by Super Lawyers, a Thomson Reuters rating service of outstanding attorneys.
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