FORT WORTH, TX – Partner Catherine Bright Haws (Dallas office) and Associate Alexandra Mosser (Fort Worth office) have joined Cantey Hanger LLP.
Haws earned her Bachelor’s degree in Economics from The University of Texas at Austin and her J.D. from the SMU Dedman School of Law. She is board certified in estate planning and probate law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
For most of her 20-year career, she has represented her clients in estate planning, probate, estate administration and trust administration matters. In addition to helping clients implement their desired estate plans in a tax-efficient manner, she helps clients put incapacity planning documents into place, develop business succession plans, implement asset protection planning, and achieve marital property restructuring. She and her litigation colleagues also assist clients with probate and fiduciary disputes.
“Cantey Hanger is excited to have a probate attorney with Catherine’s reputation,” said Managing Partner Brian Newby. “She is well known within the legal community for speaking and writing on probate issues. We are pleased to have her lead the probate section in our Dallas office.”
Alexandra (Ali) Mosser earned her Bachelor’s at the Hankamer School of Business at Baylor University, and her J.D. at the Baylor School of Law in 2019. That same year, she was accepted into the State Bar of Texas; she is certified to practice in the United States District Courts for Northern, Southern, Eastern, Western Districts of Texas.
At Baylor, she served two terms as Executive President of the Student Bar Association and graduated with distinction as a Leadership Development Fellow. Before attending law school, she spent a year working as the Special Assistant to Baylor’s President.
Her work primarily will be with Cantey Hanger’s litigation attorneys.