Aimee graduated from Clear Lake High School when she was 16 years old and went on to attend Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi, where she graduated with a BA in Political Science. Aimee later attended law school at St. Mary’s University School of Law and was the youngest graduate in May 2017. While in law school Aimee was a staff writer for The Scholar, St. Mary’s Law Review on Race and Social Justice. During law school, Aimee interned and later clerked for the Honorable Alicia Franklin York of the 311th Judicial District Court, Harris County, Texas.
While interning in her first year of law school, Aimee learned she was born to be a litigator. Aimee zoned into family law and immediately began working in the family law clinics. After law school, Aimee returned to Houston and took a position with a high energy family law firm in Downtown Houston. While there, Aimee practiced in various counties throughout the Houston area ranging from Montgomery County to Matagorda County and Chambers County to Fort Bend County. Aimee decided to move back to the Clear Lake area and focus her practice closer to home. Aimee continues to be a zealous advocate for her clients in our Webster office. Aimee enjoys coming up with unique solutions and forming appropriate plans of action for each client.
Aimee has been licensed to practice law in Texas since 2017. She has represented Texans, including adults and children in various family cases. Aimee continues to represent clients in Brazoria County, Galveston County, Harris County, Matagorda County, Fort Bend County and Chambers County. Aimee is also a certified mediator and regularly practices as an amicus and ad litem attorney. In her free time, Aimee enjoys traveling, rooting on the Green Bay Packers and spending time with friends and family. On sunny days she is usually at the beach with her 12-year-old Pomeranian, Hardy.