"Wolfish & Newman is the gold standard for complete estate planning services in this area. We send them our most discriminating clients because they will meet those clients’ needs and make us look good in the process."

- Ike Vanden Eykel
President, Dallas Bar Association Managing Partner, Koons Fuller
Wolfish and Newman, P.C. includes, from left, Laurie Kmieciak, Pam Huskey, Kristen Sillers, Lawrence M. Wolfish, Lisa R. Newman, Susan Silberberg, Kathy Busby and Roxanna Olvera Hall.
Comprehensive Estate Planning & Probate Legal Services in the
North Texas Area

Wolfish & Newman, P.C. Attorneys & Staff

Susan G. Morris
Susan Morris earned her Bachelor of Arts degree with honors from Texas Tech University. After graduating, Ms. Morris taught English as a second language, English, and literature in Texas public schools and then taught in the Intensive English Program at the University of Texas at Austin.

Ms. Morris received her Doctor of Jurisprudence from the University of Texas School of Law and was admitted to the State Bar of Texas in 1983. From 1983 until the fall of 1992, Ms. Morris practiced in Dallas, Texas with a concentration in estate planning, probate law, and state and federal tax law and assisted clients with transactions involving corporate law, securities law, and real estate law.

In 1992, Ms. Morris combined her legal interests with her life-long interest in education and began teaching various business law courses on a full-time basis at the University of North Texas in the College of Business in Denton, Texas.

This career change enabled Ms. Morris to spend more time with her family as her children were young. Once her children were older, Ms. Morris continued to teach at UNT and began working at Wolfish & Newman, P.C. on a part-time basis. In 2006, Ms. Morris returned to practice full time in the firm’s estate planning and probate practice.

Ms. Morris helps clients identify and implement their estate planning objectives in an effective and cost-efficient manner. She assists her clients with the practical and legal complications arising in the probate process, making a difficult time less confusing and intimidating.

Ms. Morris enjoys drawing upon her teaching experience and skills to convey complex and difficult legal issues and strategies in a concise and understandable manner.

Email: susan@wolfishlaw.com

The University of Texas School of Law
Doctor of Jurisprudence (1982)

Texas Tech University
Bachelor of Arts with Honors (1974)

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