About Attorney Paula R. Moore
I’m a native of Fort Worth, Texas having practiced law in Tarrant County for over twenty-five years. I was well influenced by my father, a Fort Worth attorney for over sixty-five years, and am proud of my newly licensed daughter who followed us both in the love of the law and its practice. I know well he people and places of Fort Worth and am well versed in the area's history. Outside of the office I enjoy my road bikes, hiking challenging trails, camping, and paddling Texas waterways I often travel to visit family and see the United States and Europe. I'm a lifelong Dachshund lover and take my current rescue pup, Wendell, with me nearly everywhere.
Texas A&M University School of Law, Fort Worth, Texas
Doctorate of Jurisprudence 1997
Member Law Review
University of Notre Dame London Law Center, London, England 1995
University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas
B.A. Political Science 1986
Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches Texas
1982 – 1984 - Political Science
Nolan Catholic High School
Fort Worth, Texas
Law Offices of Paula R. Moore; Fort Worth, Texas 2007 to present
933 W. Weatherford Street, Suite 220
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
Griffith, Jay, Michel & Moore, Fort Worth, Texas 1997 to 2007, Partner
Estate Planning - This basically includes your Will, Medical Power of Attorney, Statutory Durable Power of Attorney, and Directive to Physicians.
Probate - This means asking the Probate Court to admit a Will to Probate so that assets of the Decedent can be distribtued in accordance with the Will. Where there is no Will, it means to determine who are the heirs and appointing an Administrator to distribute the estate assets.
Guardianship - this means asking the Probate Court to appoint a Guardian of the Person and/or the Estate for an "incapacitated person.
State Bar of Texas – 1997 to present
Tarrant County Bar Association 1997 to present
Tarrant County Probate Bar Association; 1997 to present
Tarrant County Solo and Small Firm Section; 2007 to present
Tarrant County P.E.E.R. – Solo Small Firm 2019 to present
Texas Real Estate and Probate Section - 2017 to present
Tarrant County Bar Foundation, Charter Member 1997 to present
Eldon B. Mahon Inn of Court; Barrister Terms for 2000 and 2006
Rising Star Super Lawyers – 2007
Fort Worth Magazine feature – 2006
Fort Worth Magazine – Top Attorneys, Wills and Probate - December, 2021, 2022
Fort Worth 360 Magazine – Top Attorneys – 2020, 2021, and 2022
Taller and Better Looking Judges; a Review of the Daubert v. Merrell Pharmaceuticals Inc.; 509 U.S. 579 (1993),Case Review of Application of Federal Rules of Evidence 401, 402, 403, and 702 and the new evidentiary standards on “Junk Science” and expert testimony in the courtroom; 3 Tex. Wesleyan Law Rev. 367 (1997).
Negligent Infliction of Emotional Distress in Texas: It’s Not Just for Everyone Anymore; Non published. Tex. Wesleyan University School of Law – Law Review; Sept. 24, 1995.