Carrie Quraishi, Esq. | Of Counsel

Ms. Quraishi is dedicated to using her wealth of experience, mastery of the law and commitment to a client-first approach to help individuals and families protect what matters most–their wealth, their loved ones, and their legacy– and make informed and educated decisions about their money, so they can live a life by design, and not by default.

Ms. Quraishi completed her undergraduate work at Arkansas State University in Jonesboro, Arkansas, graduating cum laude with a degree in Finance. She earned her Juris Doctorate from Southern Methodist University’s Dedman School of Law. While in law school, Ms. Quraishi gained practical experience working in the Small Business Clinic under the guidance and mentorship of AT&T general counsel.

Prior to opening her firm, Ms. Quraishi served Of Counsel to a Dallas firm where she practiced estate planning, probate and business law. Before obtaining her law degree she worked in the financial industry for large firms such as Raymond James Financial Services and Wells Fargo, concentrating on securities compliance and comprehensive financial, estate and insurance planning.

Carrie is a lifetime member of the American Quarter Horse Association (AQHA) and is a former AQHA Amateur World Champion and All Around Amateur in the Nation.


  • Southern Methodist University (Dallas, TX)) | Juris Doctor
  • Arkansas State University (Jonesboro, AR) | Bachelor of Science; Finance, cum laude
 Professional Associations
  • Arkansas Bar Association
  • Texas Bar Association | Real Estate/Probate/Trust Section
  • Jonesboro Chamber of Commerce
  • Wealth Cousnel
  • Texas Young Lawyers Association
  • Financial Planning Association – DFW Chapter


Carrie has published “Estate Planning for Horsemen“, ( and “Sound Legal Advice From An AQHA World Champion” ( and numerous other articles on legal issues affecting the equine community.

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221 S. Jefferson
Irving, TX 75060

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