Presiding Judge for Probate Court No. 2, Dallas County, Texas, an elected position and one of 18 statutory probate courts in Texas. The statutory courts are responsible for probating wills, declaring heirs of deceased persons dying without a will, creating and monitoring guardianships for incapacitated Texans and minors. The probate court also has the jurisdiction to hear lawsuits related to a decedent’s estate or a ward’s estate. Typical lawsuits include disputes by or against the personal representative of the estate. The cases are diverse ranging from fiduciary litigation to family law. Former Shareholder with the law firm of Mahomes, Bolden and Warren, LLP; former associate to one of the largest bankruptcy law practices for a Dallas based firm; former law clerk to the Hon. Steven A. Felsenthal, retired judge for the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Texas.
Texas A&M University, Bachelor’s degree in Political Science.
The University of Texas, School of Law, J.D.
Former Board Member for the Association of Former Students for Texas A&M University (2017 – 2020);
Former Representative at Large, The Association of Former Students (2014);
Black Student Former Student Network;
Big Sister with Big Brothers & Big Sisters of North Texas;
Former Finance Chair, City of Dallas Cultural Affairs Commission;
Former Trustee, YMCA Metropolitan Dallas Foundation;
Member of the Information Desk Ministry at Concord Church in Dallas, Texas.
Daughter to the best dad in the world, Henry R. Warren and mother of a loving dog, Loki.
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P.O. Box 131205, Dallas, Texas 75313
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