Alexandria genuinely cares about her clients, and has a passion for helping people, especially children. During her time at Loyola University College of Law she focused her coursework on family law and criminal matters. Alexandria was the philanthropy chair of her service fraternity, Phi Alpha Delta, and won several service awards and national recognition for the chapter as a result of her dedication to local charities. During this time, she was selected for the Gillis Long Pro Bono project, and interned for CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates). While at CASA, Alexandria helped the New Orleans chapter build a database to compare and track all children that have been in the foster care system for the last twenty years. Alexandria honed her courtroom skills as a student practitioner in the Orleans Parish District Attorney’s office. Alexandria’s time spent with CASA and the Orleans Parish District Attorney’s office inspired her to become a family law attorney. Upon moving to Texas, Alexandria joined a family law firm where she assisted with hearings, trials and mediations in Brazos, Brazoria, Grimes, Washington and Franklin Counties.
Alexandria is committed to providing compassionate, professional representation while achieving the best possible result for each and every client. Alexandria believes that one of the most successful measures of trial advocacy is in an attorney’s ability to settle a case and resolve it amicably between spouses and/or parenting partners. However, Alexandria also believes that, if necessary, an attorney must be prepared to zealously advocate their client’s position in a courtroom.
Alexandria understands that a family law dispute is often the most painful experience her clients will ever go through in their life and she approaches each case with compassion and concern.
Away from the office, Alexandria enjoys cooking, reading, spending time with her dog, Louie, and supporting our Houston Astros! She also gives her time volunteering for legal lines.