Natalie L. Webb is an associate attorney with The Webb Family Law Firm, P.C., in Dallas, Texas, where she focuses her practice exclusively on handling family law matters. Serving residents throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex region, Ms. Webb represent clients who have legal needs related to any of the following:
· Uncontested divorces
· Complex property division
· Premarital and postmarital agreements
· Child support
· Custody litigation
· Custody modifications
· Enforcement proceedings (child support, possession and property division)
· Protective orders and restraining orders
· Paternity matters
After graduating from Trinity University in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science in international business, Ms. Webb attended Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law, where she obtained her Juris Doctor cum laude in 2008. The State Bar of Texas admitted her to practice that same year, and the U.S District Court for the Eastern District of Texas also admitted her to practice. Additionally, Ms. Webb is certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
Dedicated to her practice, Ms. Webb remains actively involved with many professional organizations. In addition to the State Bar of Texas, she also holds memberships with the Dallas Bar Association, including the family law section, the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, the family law section for the American Bar Association, the Texas Family Law Foundation and the Texas Academy of Family Law Specialists, among several others.
As an accomplished author and speaker, Ms. Webb has published numerous articles and delivered lectures on various topics, including legal ethics, case evaluations, drafting and arbitrating settlement agreements, creating pre- and postnuptial agreements, and other family law topics.
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Dallas, TX 75201
Last Updated: 4/5/2017