Oklahoma City divorce attorney Victoria A. Carrasco was drawn to family law because it has tremendous meaning and purpose.
“Family law attorneys are in a unique position to make a difference, to have a positive impact on the most important part of clients’ lives — family — at a very difficult time in their lives,” Ms. Carrasco said. “Family law proceedings have the potential to profoundly affect relationships and what we do can have long-lasting consequences.”
Ms. Carrasco is confident in her outside-the-box thinking, which helps her craft solutions many of her clients never realized were possible. Each of her clients has their own unique set of goals, objectives, and concerns. Her well-rounded education and experience tailors her creativity to suit every client’s situation.
“Going through a family law proceeding is one of the most difficult and emotional times in your life,” she said, “but remaining confident in me, trusting that I have your best interest every step of the way, and keeping an open line of communication is crucial to your case.”
Ms. Carrasco is licensed to practice in Oklahoma.
Ms. Carrasco received her Bachelor of Arts in psychology and with a minor in philosophy. She earned her Juris Doctor and Master of Business Administration from Oklahoma City University.
Prior to joining Cordell & Cordell, Ms. Carrasco practiced family law including divorce, custody, paternity, protective orders, child support, guardianship, adoption, wills and trusts, estate planning, Guardian ad Litem representation, business law and formation, criminal defense and expungements.
Oklahoma Bar Association, 2021
Cleveland County Bar Association, 2021
Oklahoma County Bar Association, 2021
United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma, 2021
Court-Appointed Special Advocates (CASA), Board Member
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