Victoria McDowell-Drew is an experienced attorney and a licensed member of the State Bar of Texas. She practices family law with a focus on divorce cases in Denton County. She earned her Juris Doctor degree from Texas A&M University School of Law in December 2015, and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from The University of Texas at Tyler.
With her expertise and skills, she provides her clients with excellent legal representation and achieves the best possible outcome in their divorce cases in Denton County.
In her free time, Attorney McDowell-Drew indulges in various hobbies such as aerial/circus arts, ballroom dance, photography, and acting. She is a corde lisse (aerial rope) instructor at Dallas Circus Center and has performed in the Tarrant County Tortfeasors comedy sketch show. When she is not pursuing her hobbies, she likes to curl up with a good book, particularly her favorite, "The Prophet" by Khalil Gibran. While she does not have a sweet tooth, she does enjoy cupcakes and loves red velvet cake.
Throughout her career, Attorney McDowell-Drew has handled drafting discovery, pleadings, and orders, attended court hearings, and mediated with clients. She is also proficient in legal writing, research, and customer service. She experienced divorce and child custody litigation in her own life. She empathizes with clients and can help guide the client through litigation. Victoria is a pro bono attorney with Tarrant County Volunteer Attorney Services/Texas Lawyers for Texas Veterans and has completed Mediation Dynamics' 40-hour Basic Mediation Training and 30-hour Family Mediation Training.