Erinakes Law was founded by attorney Megan Erinakes. She provides skilled and compassionate family law counsel to protect you and your family's needs. Megan uses strategic planning to ensure you have a smooth transition into the next phase of your life.
Texas, October 2019
Juris Doctor, 2019
UNT Dallas College of Law
Bachelor of Arts in Letters, 2016
University of Oklahoma
Basic Mediation Training, Dispute Resolution Services of North Texas, June 2020
Advanced Family Law Mediation Training, Dispute Resolution Services of North Texas, July 2020
Interdisciplinary Collaborative Law Training, November 2020
Qualified for Dallas County Family Court Appointments
Notary Public, State of Texas, Commission Expires December 2023
State Bar of Texas, 2019-Present
State Bar of Texas Family Law Section, 2019-Present
State Bar of Texas Women and the Law Section, 2019
Texas Bar College, 2019-Present
Texas Pro Bono College, 2019-Present
Dallas Bar Association, 2016-Present
Dallas Bar Association Family Law Section, 2019-Present
Dallas Bar Association Entrepreneurs in Community Lawyering Inaugural Class, September 2019-September 2020
Dallas Association of Young Lawyers (DAYL), 2016-Present
Dallas Women Lawyers' Association (DWLA), 2016-Present
Tarrant County Family Law Bar Association, 2018-Present
American Bar Association, 2018-Present
American Bar Association Family Law Group, 2020-Present
Alpha Omicron Pi Fraternity Life Loyal Member, 2019-Present
University of Oklahoma Alumni Association, 2019-Present
Megan Erinakes, Obergefell v. Hodges: Parentage Issues Post-Obergefell, UNT Dallas L. Rev. Accessible Law (June 2019), https://accessiblelaw.untdallas.edu/obergefell-v-hodges-parentage-issues-post-obergefell.
Megan Erinakes, Obergefell v. Hodges: Application of a New Civil Right UNT Dallas L. Rev. Accessible Law (April 2019), https://accessiblelaw.untdallas.edu/obergefell-v-hodges-application-new-civil-right.
Megan Erinakes, Protective Orders: What Are They & How Can They Help Me?, UNT Dallas L. Rev. Accessible Law (Jan. 2019), https://accessiblelaw.untdallas.edu/protective-orders-what-are-they-how-can-they-help-me.
Megan Erinakes is the owner and attorney at Erinakes Law, PLLC, where she practices family law in the DFW Metroplex. Megan is a dependable family law attorney dedicated to helping families resolve their legal matters and move forward into the next chapter of their lives.
In 2016, Megan Erinakes received her undergraduate degree from the University of Oklahoma. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Letters with a concentration in Constitutional Studies, and her minor in Criminology. During her undergraduate years, she was a member of the Sooner Dance Company, a distinguished member of Alpha Omicron Pi Fraternity’s XI Chapter, a competitor on the University of Oklahoma Speech and Debate Team, and part of the Constitutional Studies Student Association. She won the Distinguished Scholar Award, the Sooner Heritage Scholarship, was on both the Dean’s and the President’s Honor Roll, was an Honors Scholar, and a member of the Honors College. She even participated in education abroad as a part of the Journey to Ireland Program.
In 2019, Megan graduated from UNT Dallas College of Law and became licensed to practice law in Texas. During her law school years, Megan served as President of the Board of Advocates, Senior Staff Reporter on Law Review, Teaching Fellow and Research Assistant for the Legal Writing Program, was active with the Women in Law Student Association and competed in six moot court competitions. She received many accolades, including the CALI Award for Family Law, Dean’s List, and the Judge Merrill Hartman Distinguished Service Award for her dedication to public service. She discovered her passion for family law as a member of the 2017 Dallas Women Lawyers Association’s Leadership Class as she worked beside her classmates to assist the Genesis Women’s Shelter’s Legal Department.
After law school, Megan began her family law practice as a member of the inaugural class of the Dallas Bar Association’s Entrepreneurs in Community Lawyering Program. The ECL Program is dedicated to helping new attorneys interested in servicing modest-means clientele develop their law firms and grow their practice. Megan has dedicated herself to serving low-income and modest-income families to help close the justice gap and provide affordable legal solutions.
Megan’s interest in the legal field was sparked eleven years ago when she joined her high school’s mock trial team. To this day, she continues to show her passion for the law and the people in her community.
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