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Brooke represents clients in the deeply personal area of fiduciary, trust, probate, and estate litigation.

Drawn by a passion for advocacy, Brooke came to the practice of law with a background as a teacher. She had always loved advocating for her students, and she saw a law degree as an opportunity to improve her advocacy skills and build a career centered on standing up for clients. Attracted by the personal nature of the private wealth practice area, she focuses on litigation surrounding contested trusts and estates and estate administration. For the past several years of her legal career, Brooke practiced with a niche firm in Dallas solely devoted to fiduciary, trust, probate, and estate litigation.

Brooke joined Husch Blackwell’s national platform in 2023 and continues to represent individuals in contested estate and trust matters. She handles cases involving fiduciary litigation, contested probate, estate, and guardianship matters, including allegations of undue influence and incapacity, estate and trust administration, and other controversies related to probate, estates, and trusts. Brooke represents individuals and their families, banks, and corporate trustees. She also handles estate administration, serving as a court appointed administrator during the litigation process. She has extensive experience walking clients through the highly stressful, emotionally difficult legal situations that arise during these family disputes.

Brooke sees client relationships as the absolute center of her practice: she chose to focus on trusts and estates for the opportunities the field afforded to help clients with difficult personal matters, and she wants clients to know that she’s always on hand to provide the support they need. She’s also a dedicated advocate whose time as an educator prepared her well for the courtroom, and she has a gift for breaking down complex matters for both clients and judges. Clients value Brooke as a trusted sounding board who can explain the law, provide the legal advice they need, and fight for their best interests.




  • J.D., University of Texas School of Law
  • M.S., Pace University
  • B.A., University of Texas at Austin
    • Phi Beta Kappa
    • Plan II Honors


  • Texas
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas

Professional Memberships and Certifications

  • Dallas Probate Inn of Court, Barrister
  • Dallas Bar Association, We Lead, Class of 2023


  • The Hon. Ed Kinkeade, U.S. District Court, Northern District of Texas
Outside the Office

Brooke devotes much of her free time to her family and also enjoys staying active. She’s an avid runner who’s completed both half-marathons and marathons, and she loves keeping up with college sports and rooting for her alma mater’s Texas Longhorns. Brooke also enjoys trying the local culinary scene.

Community Leadership

Brooke served for two years after college with Teach for America in New York City and went on to work at Teach For America in Admissions for an additional five years. She continues to support Teach For America in the Dallas area, and she also supports The Family Place, a Dallas domestic violence center.