A creative family law strategist, Aubrey M. Connatser is known throughout the state for her engaging personality and the ability to work with opposing counsel, judges and juries to benefit her clients. She has established Connatser Family Law as the next in a line of great Texas divorce and family law firms.
Over the past several years, Aubrey has matured into an emerging force in Texas divorce and family law. Many of the area’s wealthiest and most famous people depend on her for family law advice.
Aubrey understands the mental health focus in Texas divorce as well as the need to keep businesses healthy and retain large assets. The mother of two young children, she communicates well with both men and women about their roles in the workplace and in the marriage.
Her Firm Continues Her Pursuit of Excellence
“What you get at Connatser Family Law is veteran representation with a keen understanding of the system and what is possible,” she says. “Our quality control is off the chart.”
Aubrey has gathered around her two very bright young attorneys who practice with the same commitment as well as one of North Texas’ most accomplished family law veterans.
Christine Powers Leatherberry has more than six years of experience as a Dallas litigator in both civil trial law and family law. Abby Gregory is a Princeton graduate who comes to Connatser Family Law from one of Dallas’ other top family law firms. Mike DeBruin has joined Connatser Family Law after more than two decades as the go-to litigator at the southwest’s largest family law firm.
Aubrey Connatser is Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization
Aubrey has been honored as one of Texas’ Best Lawyers (Woodward/White) the past three years and is one of D Magazine’s Best Lawyers in Dallas (2011). She was one of the youngest attorneys ever to be recognized on the list of Texas Super Lawyers (2004).
She earned her bachelor’s degree with high honors in psychology from The University of Texas at Austin in 1998 and her Juris Doctor with honors from The University of Texas School of Law in 2001. While an undergraduate, she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and the Liberal Arts Honors Program and was an Endowed Presidential Scholar.
Aubrey was also the youngest shareholder in the history of the southwest’s largest family law firm, and she has developed into a seasoned family law practitioner handling every facet of family practice.