Aaron D. Bundy

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Family Law Attorney in Tulsa, OK

Law Office of Aaron D. Bundy, PLC
 | 2509 East 21st St, Tulsa, OK 74114
Phone: 918-208-0129
Fax: 918-512-4998
Selected To Super Lawyers: 2021
Selected To Rising Stars: 2013 - 2020
Licensed Since: 2006
Practice Areas:
  • Family Law (70%),
  • Appellate (10%),
  • Civil Litigation: Plaintiff (10%),
  • Criminal Defense (10%)
  • Virtual Appointments
Attorney Profile

Aaron Bundy is a trial lawyer from Sapulpa, Oklahoma. He works to obtain value and positive outcomes for clients from the fallout associated with failed and betrayed relationships, including family law, criminal charges involving family members, and civil justice, such as verbal and written contracts, partnership disputes, and injuries caused by those who violate social contracts and expectations. Aaron is frequently hired in cases where the client has been told by other attorneys that the case cannot be won and that the client should accept an unsatisfactory settlement, and he is hired to try cases that have been mired in litigation with attorneys who were not moving the case forward to resolution. The attorneys at the Law Office of Aaron D. Bundy, PLC, are results-focused trial lawyers. They know how cut through the weeds and focus on the facts that matter -- the facts that will result in the best possible outcome.

In all cases, Aaron Bundy provides the personalized counsel and dedicated support his clients deserve during some of the most stressful and uncertain times in their lives. He has helped numerous family law and divorce clients resolve their conflicts and reach agreements with regard to their property division, contentious child custody matters and much more. Aaron has secured favorable outcomes for those accused of serious criminal offenses, such as sexual crimes, and in personal injury claims arising from someone else's negligence or wrongdoing. 

With offices in Tulsa and Sapulpa, Oklahoma, Aaron represents the rights, interests and liberties of a diverse range of clients throughout the greater Tulsa metro region and surrounding areas who have legal needs involving any of the following:

  • Family law and divorce
  • Interstate and international child custody cases (including Hague abduction cases)
  • Child custody and support
  • Contested adoptions
  • Alimony
  • Criminal defense
  • Commercial contracts
  • Catastrophic injury cases
  • Appeals

Aaron has written numerous articles about trial skills and techniques, and he has delivered presentations across the United States to attorneys and judges about the rules of evidence and cutting-edge trial skills and techniques. Recognized as leader in his field, judges and attorneys contact Aaron when they have a legal question or encounter a novel issue.

Recognized for his impeccable professionalism and exceptional legal abilities, Aaron has earned top ratings from his peers and many positive reviews and referrals from satisfied clients. He was recognized by Best Lawyers in America©* for 2021. He holds an AV Preeminent peer review rating** from Martindale-Hubbell. He was a co-recipient of the OBA’s prestigious Earl Sneed Award in 2017 for outstanding contributions to continuing legal education. Aaron is a fellow of the prestigious American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. Aaron Bundy is board certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy as a family law trial lawyer. 

Aaron Bundy graduated from the University of Tulsa Collins College of Business in 2002, then he received his Juris Doctor from The University of Tulsa College of Law in 2006. He was admitted to practice before the Oklahoma Supreme Court in 2006 and the United States Supreme Court in 2020. He is also admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for both the Northern and Western Districts of Oklahoma, the Supreme Court of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit.

*Best Lawyers in America© is an independent peer review organization.

**AV®, AV Preeminent®, Martindale-Hubbell Distinguished and Martindale-Hubbell Notable are certification marks used under license in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell® is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the anonymous opinions of members of the bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Rating™ fall into two categories – legal ability and general ethical standards.

Practice Areas
  • 70%Family Law
  • 10%Appellate
  • 10%Civil Litigation: Plaintiff
  • 10%Criminal Defense
Focus Areas

Adoption, Alimony & Spousal Support, Child Support, Custody & Visitation, Dissolution, Divorce, Domestic Violence, Juvenile Law, Paternity, Prenuptial Agreements, Marital Property, Appeals, Arrest & Arraignment, Assault & Battery, Criminal Fraud, Criminal Law, Failure to Pay Child Support, Felony, Misdemeanor, Criminal Domestic Violence


Selected to Super Lawyers for 1 yearsmiddle-imageSelected to Rising Stars for 8 years

Super Lawyers: 2021 Rising Stars: 2013 - 2020

American Academy of Matrimonial LawyersNational Board of Trial Advocacy

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About Aaron Bundy

Admitted: 2006, Oklahoma

Professional Webpage: https://www.bundylawoffice.com/bio/aaron-bundy.cfm


  • Earl Sneed Award Recipient for outstanding continuing legal education contributions, 2017
  • Recognized as one of 40 professionals under 40 years of age who are giving back to the Tulsa community, Tulsa Business & Legal News, 2016
  • Martindale Hubbell, AV Preeminent Rated Trial Lawyer
  • Super Lawyers Rising Stars 2013-2020
  • Client Distinction Award, Martindale-Hubbell, Recognized for Quality of Service, Overall Value, Responsiveness and Communication Ability, 2013-2016

Special Licenses/Certifications:

Bar/Professional Activity:

  • United States District Court - Western District of Oklahoma, 2020
  • American Academy for Certified Financial Litigators, 2020
  • United States Supreme Court, 2020
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit
  • United States District Court - Northern District of Oklahoma
  • Oklahoma Supreme Court, 2006
  • Fellow, American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, 2019
  • Association of Family and Conciliation Courts
  • Associate Editor, Oklahoma Bar Journal, 2017 - Present
  • National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
  • Oklahoma Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
  • Tulsa County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association
  • Co-Vice Chair, Trial Practice & Techniques Committee, American Bar Association (Family Law Section)
  • Oklahoma Bar Association, Family Law Section
  • Co-chair, Litigation Section, Tulsa County Bar Association, 2016
  • Faculty, OBA Family Law Section Trial Advocacy Institute
  • Co-chair, Family Law Section, Tulsa County Bar Association, 2016
  • Supreme Court of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation

Scholarly Lectures/Writings:

  • Presentation about helping clients secure their fair share of the marital estate and financial security for the future. Discussion of how to avoid some of the most common - and potentially disastrous - financial mistakes when finding, classifying, valuing and dividing assets so you can win more favorable divorce settlements, Speaker, Divorce Law: What to do When Asset Division Goes Wrong, National Business Institute, 2019
  • This article discusses how attitudes toward marijuana have changed over time and how marijuana use by parents of minor children is viewed and treated by courts., Author, Marijuana and Family Law, Oklahoma Bar Journal, Attorneys, Judges, 2021
  • Attorneys Kathleen Egan and Aaron Bundy taught on identifying and successfully dealing with speaking objections and using the formal offer of proof to encourage the court to reconsider an adverse evidentiary ruling., Speaker, Overcoming Counterfeit Objections and Preserving Evidence for Review, Strafford Publications, Attorneys, 2021
  • Law schools do not teach discovery (among other things). Over time, many attorneys develop bad discovery habits that thwart the purpose and spirit of the Oklahoma Discovery Code. This webinar shows how to break those habits, Speaker, Breaking Bad Discovery Habits, Oklahoma Bar Association, Attorneys, 2020
  • Program devoted to the art, science, and development of trial skills, with hands-on interactive lectures by the most highly-regarded defense lawyers from around the country, Attendee, High Altitude Trial Skills from the Masters of Advocacy, NACDL, 2015
  • Two days of sessions with the leading matrimonial attorneys and financial experts from across the United States on updated standards of value, cryptocurrencies and the impact on divorce, and how to best present a case to effectively influence the court, Attendee, National Divorce Conference on cutting edge tax, valuation and financial issues, AAML / BVR, Appraisers, Business Valuators, Divorce Attorneys, Tax Attorneys, 2019
  • Specific sessions taught by faculty of nationally recognized experts and seasoned practitioners addressing methods common to all trials including impeaching witnesses, uncovering biases, and using technology during cross-examination, as well as how to cross some of the most challenging of witnesses - children, experts, cops, and snitches, among others. Larry Pozner, co-author of the all-time best-selling book on cross-examination, was the featured speaker in a special 4-hour session, Attendee, Walking the Line: Advanced Cross-Examination Techniques, NACDL's 2019 Spring Meeting & Seminar, 2019
  • This program includes an in-depth examination of business valuations in a family law matter. Topics of discussion include relevant IRS Rulings and other professional standards, standard of value and appraisal approaches, trial strategies and the role of the financial expert, and specific discovery needs for business valuations, Student, Advanced Business Valuation, National Family Law Trial Institute, 2015
  • During this intensive eight day program, attendees develop skills training in all aspects of family law litigation, from opening statement to closing argument. Attendees are provided lectures and demonstrations on developing the theme of your case, opening statements, evidence, custody evaluations and psychological testing, business valuations, technology in the courtroom, direct and cross examination of parties and experts, and closing arguments. Students then return to their homeroom classes to participate in individualized training and exercises. Exercises are critiqued in the classroom by at least two experienced family law litigators and are digitally recorded and streamed to another classroom for a private one on one evaluation with a third faculty member, Student, Regular Program, National Family Law Trial Institute, 2014
  • Article intended to assist family lawyers in preparing to examine experts at trial, Co-author, Where to Start? Preparing to Examine a Family Law Expert, Oklahoma Bar Journal, 2018
  • Gerry Spence’s Methods of Voir Dire introduces students to a method of jury selection in which they will learn how to identify the danger points in their cases, to reframe them into points of power, and how to approach potential jurors as an inclusive, rather than exclusive, process, Student, Regional Seminar – Voir Dire, Trial Lawyer's College, 2016
  • This program covered basic and advanced principals of effective voir dire, and how jurors really think and decide. Effective voir dire approaches and techniques taught to conduct comprehensive jury selection., Attendee, The VooDoo of Voir Dire, NACDL's 2019 Spring Meeting & Seminar, 2017
  • This presentation primarily dealt with how to work with difficult judges, abusive opposing counsel, and challenging clients. The presenters discussed the types of judges that can be problematic, how to work with them, and how to win despite the challenges these judges can create. They then exchanged advice about how to deal with common challenges with opposing counsel and difficult clients, Attendee, Take Back the Courtroom IV, Trial Guides, 2017
  • Training for obtaining information in deposition and witness preparation for depositions, Student, Deposition Skills Training, NITA, 2017
  • Best strategies for dealing with sex trafficking allegations, cases involving alcohol and memory, DNA mixtures, child witnesses, forensic exams, cell phone evidence, etc, Attendee, Zealous Advocacy in Sexual Assault & Child Victims Cases, NACDL , 2017
  • Acclaimed 2-day educational program covering sophisticated divorce law topics, Student, Black-Letter Family Law Seminar, AAML Massachusetts Chapter, 2017
  • The two organizations brought together leading experts in the family law community to address some of the most vexing issues that family law professionals face, Attendee, Advanced Issues in Child Custody: Evaluation, Litigation, and Settlement, AAML/AFCC joint conference, 2017
  • Presentation intended to assist family law professionals with challenging faulty or biased custody evaluations, Co-speaker, Preparing for and Conducting a Cross Examination of a Custody Evaluation, AFCC, 2018
  • Presentation on preparing and using unique evidence at trial. Emphasis placed on pretrial preparation and taking advantage of the relationships between discovery and evidence, including using disclosure requirements and voluntary disclosure as groundwork for admission of summary and demonstrative exhibits, Speaker, The Rules of Evidence: A Practical Toolkit, National Business Institute, 2018
  • A presentation about common and uncommon issues that arise when a family member is a foreign national and international travel issues in family law cases, Speaker, The Intersection of Immigration Law and Family Law, Seminole County Bar Association annual Las Vegas CLE, 2018
  • Article on maximizing the value of leading questions on cross-examination, Co-author, Leading the Way, Oklahoma Bar Journal, 2016
  • Article highlighting the rules and policies behind initial disclosure requirements, Co-author, Show Them Yours, Tulsa Lawyer Magazine, 2017
  • Article with tips for making a strong case by connecting with the decisionmaker, whether judge or jury, Co-author, Connecting in the Courtroom, Tulsa Lawyer Magazine, 2016
  • Presentation about the intersection of criminal law and family law, including issues related to the 5th Amendment privilege against self-incrimination in civil cases, Speaker, Marriage, Murder & Molestation, Oklahoma Bar Association Annual Meeting, 2017
  • Presentation about the use of cross-examination in a constructive, credible manner, Speaker, Controlling Cross Examination and Other Trial Tactics and Techniques, Seminole County Bar 11th Annual Las Vegas CLE, 2017
  • Presentation with tips for making a strong connection with the factfinder, whether judge or jury, Speaker, Connecting in the Courtroom, Rogers County Bar Association, 2017
  • Presentation on trial skills, strategies and tactics, Speaker, Trial Tactics, Seminole County Bar 10th Annual Las Vegas CLE, 2016
  • Presentation to Oklahoma City area attorneys on constructive cross-examination, Speaker, Advanced Cross Examination, Oklahoma County Bar Association, 2017
  • Article encouraging use of experts, with discussion of Kovel doctrine, Co-author, Privilege and Work-Product Considerations for Using an Expert as a Consultant, Oklahoma Bar Journal, 2015
  • Article on dealing with improper speaking objections in trial, Co-author, Dealing With Speaking Objections In Trial, Tulsa Lawyer Magazine, 2016
  • Article on dealing with improper speaking objections in trial, Co-author, Slaying the Speaking Objection Dragon, Oklahoma Bar Journal, 2016
  • Article on managing anxiety in trial to eliminate filler words and talking too fast, Co-author, Slowing Down, Tulsa Lawyer Magazine, 2016


  • This video offers general information about parenting coordinators and some of the benefits of having a parenting coordinator in a child custody case, Parenting coordinators, 2020
  • This video discusses the three possible outcomes of mediation, Mediation, 2020
  • General information about risk tolerance, risk & reward, and decision making for trial, Assessing a situation for trial, 2020
  • This video describes preparing for trial by prioritizing facts established on cross-examination over the development of facts on direct examination, Cross-centric trial strategy, 2020

Educational Background:

  • University of Tulsa, B.S.B.A., 2002

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  • “Mr. Bundy is an excellent trial lawyer. He has a strong work ethic and is always prepared. His research, writing and trial advocacy skills are impeccable.”
  • “Aaron Bundy is a very skilled family lawyer that is also practicing criminal defense. He is dominating in the criminal arena and is highly ethical.”
  • “Aaron is a detailed, hard working, persuasive advocate. He stands out from his peers in the domestic bar. I recommend him to outsiders, friends & family.”

These comments were made by fellow attorneys during the annual nomination process.

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Office Location for Aaron D. Bundy

2509 East 21st St
Tulsa, OK 74114

Phone: 918-208-0129

Fax: 918-512-4998

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Last Updated: 5/14/2021

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