My Approach to Client Care
If you haven’t guessed it already, I am not the kind of person who sits back or gives up. When I see a wrong, I step in to help make it right. And when I set my mind to something, I fight for it until I have achieved my goal. When it comes to my work, this mentality has served me — and, more importantly, my clients — very well over the years.
Each time a person comes to me with a problem, my first instinct is to sit them down and have a straightforward conversation about their situation. During these discussions, I answer the person’s questions, offer moral support, and educate them on the aspects of the legal process that are likely to affect their case. From there, if they choose to retain me as their legal counsel, I continue to provide that same level of service throughout the entirety of our time working together. And, once their matter is resolved, I even connect my clients with useful resources and advise them on what they can do next in order to keep moving toward their long-term goals. When it’s all said and done, my clients walk away knowing they can call me the next time they run into a legal question or concern.
Outside the Office
Since I established the Law Office of Crystal L. Gayden, my family has grown, my practice has flourished, and I have become extremely involved in bettering my community. In fact, I am an active member of the L. Clifford Davis Legal Association, as well as the Black Bar Association of Tarrant County. Outside of my career and community involvement, I am a dedicated wife and a proud football mom with a goal of making it on The Price is Right.
- J.D., Texas Wesleyan School of Law, 2009
- University of Houston
Professional Associations & Memberships
- L. Clifford Davis Legal Association, President, 2015-2016
- Black Bar Association of Tarrant County
- Tarrant County Family Law Association (TCFLA)