|TX||Eligible To Practice In Texas||2003||02/26/2017|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Best Lawyers in America||Woodward-White, Inc.||2017|
|Best Lawyers in America||Woodward-White, Inc.||2016|
|Texas Super Lawyer||Thomson Reuters||2016|
|Texas Super Lawyer||Thomson Reuters||2015|
|Best Lawyers in America||Woodward-White, Inc.||2015|
|Texas Super Lawyer||Thomson Reuters||2014|
|Texas Rising Star||Thomson Reuters||2013|
|Texas Rising Star||Thomson Reuters||2012|
|Texas Rising Star||Thomson Reuters||2011|
|Texas Rising Star||Thomson Reuters||2010|
|Texas Rising Star||Thomson Reuters||2009|
|Texas Rising Star||Thomson Reuters||2008|
|Texas Rising Star||Thomson Reuters||2007|
|Texas Rising Star||Thomson Reuters||2006|
|Partner||GoransonBain, PLLC||2010 - Present|
|Partner||McClure Duffee & Eitzen LLP Attorneys and Counselors at Law||2003 - Present|
|Teacher||Teach for America||1998 - 2000|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Annette Stewart American Inn of Court||Membership Director||2012 - Present|
|Collaborative Professionals of Dallas||Member||2008 - Present|
|State Bar of Texas||Member||N/A|
|Dallas Association of Young Lawyers||Member||N/A|
|Dallas Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Collin County Young Lawyers Association||Newsletter Director||2011 - 2013|
|Family Law Advisor Blog||Pregnant and Done: Divorcing When a Child Is Due||2015|
|Family Law Advisor Blog||The Element of Surprise: Drug Tests in Texas Divorces or Custody Case||2015|
|Family Law Advisor Blog||Legislative Changes to the Spousal Maintenance Provisions in the Texas Family Code||2014|
|Family Law Advisor Blog||6 Tips on Considering when Introducing a New Person into the Lives of your Children||2014|
|State Bar of Texas, Advanced Family Law Seminar||Property Law Update||2012|
|State Bar of Texas, Advanced Family Law Seminar||Turbo Charge Your Collaborative Law Practice||2012|
|Family Law Technology Course||Using a Computer Forensic Expert||2012|
|Collin County Bench Bar||A Family Law Update||2012|
|Collin County Bar Association||Standing for the Not-So-Nuclear Family||2012|
|New Frontiers in Marital Property||A Modest Primer on Business Ownership, Divorce and the Courts||2011|
|Dallas Bar Association||Common Law Marriage||2010|
|University of Texas School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2003|
|University of Texas, Austin||Social Work||M.S.||1998|
|University of Texas, Austin||Psychology||BS - Bachelor of Science||1996|
|Advanced Family Law Course||Go Beyond the Forms: Effectively Drafting Family Law Orders||2016|
|Texas Family Law Practice for Paralegals||Assisting with Child Custody Issues||2012|
|Texas Family Law Practice for Paralegals||Family Law Case Update||2012|
|Family Law Updates||Family Law 101||2012|
|Collin County Bench Bar||Legislative Updates and Family Law Code Updates||2012|
|Collin County Bar Association||Standing in Family Law||2012|
|Team Thursday Collaborative Law Group||Informed Consent in Collaborative Law||2011|
|Dallas Bar Association||Collaborative Law Basics and Legislative Updates||2011|
Posted by anonymous
I hired Aimee to help me with a high conflict divorce. She assured me she had experience in this area. That was not the case. She lacked knowledge on the family codes in the Texas law books. She performed poorly in court and was unorganized. Bottom line, she did not fight for or protect me as a client. I would not recommend her to anyone.
Posted by John
I hired Aimee to handle a suit filed by my ex-wife. She did a great job handling a very difficult ex.
We spent one full day in mediation, due to the fact that my ex refuses to agree to anything. I was able to talk with Aimee and get to know her better during this time. She is very professional yet down to earth. She is compassionate about her work and does her job very well. She was also very fair with her billing.
Since my ex never seems to give up I anticipate more litigation and I will continue to use Aimee.
Posted by anonymous
When I first met Aimee I was terrified. I didn't see the divorce coming and my spouse had already hired another top Dallas firm. He had deep pockets. I was a stay-at-home mother. I was in shock and ignorant about my rights. My life seemed to be falling apart and I felt helpless.
I was immediately impressed by Aimee's demeanor. She is articulate, professional and confident. She listened intently to me during my consultation. She advised me that my situation was "unsustainable" and explained the strengths of my position. Aimee said to mark the date on my calendar because in a year's time my life would be transformed for the better.
I chose the collaborative process and Aimee brought the best team of professionals to my case. The process is slow, but deliberate. At times I was frustrated, but Aimee was always responsive. She was sensitive to my budget and I never felt "nickeled and dimed." She returned my calls and emails promptly. She is in demand and has a busy schedule, but she always made me feel that my case was important. I believed she cared.
The collaborative process broke down despite our best efforts, so Aimee advised we move to mediation. Again, the judge she engaged was tough, fair and wise. It was a grueling day and Aimee fought hard. In the end she won the best settlement possible and I am sure I couldn't have found a better advocate.
So a year latter, Aimee has made good on her promise. My life truly is transformed. My retirement is secure and my debts are paid. I have a great job, a bit of money in the bank and a charming little house where my child can grow and thrive.
Aimee's confidence is contagious- I am no longer scared. Indeed, the future seems bright and full of promise thanks to Aimee's skill, vision, and tenacity to win the best possible settlement for her clients.