Attorney & Private Fiduciary
Jessica M. Warren is a licensed attorney with over twenty-six years of experience. Jessica obtained her undergraduate degree in 1992 from the University of Texas at Austin, where she majored in an honors program called Plan II. She went to Baylor Law School and graduated in 1995. While at Baylor, Jessica was named the “Thomas R. Phillips Scholar.” After graduating, Jessica began her legal career in Houston, Texas litigating products liability claims. Jessica moved back to Austin, Texas in 1998 and began to transition to the practice of estate planning and probate in 2004. Jessica has been named as a Five Star Wealth Advisor and a Five Star Estate Planning Attorney. The selection is based upon numerous criteria including peer reviews. Jessica was an adjunct professor at Texas State University and taught Introduction to Fiduciary Law in the McCoy School of Business. Jessica has given several speeches on the topic of estate planning and probate issues, including the following:
Fiduciary Duties of a Trustee presented to the Travis County Women Lawyers and Solo and Small Firm Section of the Austin Bar Association (2008)
Speaker to the Economics Business Growth Incubator (EBGI) of the Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce on the topic of Organizing Your Business (2012, 2013, and 2014)
Preparing Your Estate Plan presented to the Texas Minority Program, State Bar of Texas (2013)
When There Is Not A Will – Intermediate Estate Planning and Probate Course sponsored by the State Bar of Texas (2014)
Jessica strongly believes in the commitment to give back to the community. Over the years, she has served on several non-profit boards, including the Travis County Women Lawyers Foundation, Legal Services to the Poor in Civil Matters subcommittee of the State Bar of Texas, and served as the President of the Estate Planning and Probate Section of the Austin Bar Association.