is a shareholder of The Moster Law Firm, P.C., where she oversees the probate and transactional divisions. Ms. Craft’s practice focuses on Estate Planning, Probate, Real Estate, Oil and Gas, Intellectual Property, Surrogacy, and serving as counsel to several businesses across Texas and beyond in various domestic and international matters. Though Ms. Craft focuses heavily on the transactional and advisory role, she is no stranger to the courtroom having appeared in courts at the state and federal level across Texas and several other states. Ms. Craft is licensed by the State Bar of Texas, the Northern and Eastern U.S. District Courts of Texas, and is an approved guardianship attorney in Texas.
Ms. Craft holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Texas Tech University, where she was a member of Sigma Alpha Lambda and graduated Cum Laude. She received her Juris Doctor from Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law in 2014 where she was actively involved as President of the SMU Real Estate Law Association, Articles Editor of SMU Science and Technology Law Review, a member of the Student Bar Association finance committee, and a participant in SMU-in-Oxford where she studied Real Estate Transactions and Comparative Human Rights at University College, Oxford.
While in law school, Ms. Craft worked for Buckley Madole, P.C. as a litigation clerk in the special proceedings department, primarily assisting with home equity foreclosures and wrongful foreclosure defense. She further served as a student attorney and research assistant in the W.W. Caruth Jr. Child Advocacy Clinic, where she acted as Guardian/Attorney ad litem for abused and neglected children in substitute care and presented research on federal laws promoting education improvements and benefits for foster children that provided the foundation for the W. W. Caruth, Jr. Institute for Children’s Rights.
Prior to joining the Moster Law Firm, Ms. Craft was employed as the Director of the Sexual Assault Survivor Project with Legal Aid of Lubbock. During her time at Legal Aid, she helped develop and implement a new program for survivors of sexual assault and represented indigent clients in the areas of elder and family law.
Outside of work, Ms. Craft is active in her community as a CASA volunteer. She enjoys spending time with her family and dogs, and frequently can be found traveling around the world in her personal mission to visit as many countries in her life as time will allow.