Law & Mediation

Rebecca Armstrong | Divorce and Family Law Attorney


About: Rebecca Armstrong is a Board Certified Family Law Attorney. Her specialties include Divorce, Custody, Collaborative Law, Property Division and Premarital Agreements. She has been honored as a Texas Monthly SuperLawyers "Rising Star" for five consecutive years, "Top 100 Up and Coming in Texas," and "Top 50 Up and Coming Female in Texas" since 2016. She is one of D Magazine's "Best Lawyers under 40," and listed as one of America's “Best Lawyers” by U.S. News and World Report.

Rebecca served on the Board of Directors for the Family Law Section of the Dallas Bar Association and is on the Board of Directors for the Collin County Women Lawyers Association. She is a past President of the Collin County Young Lawyers Association and was named 2015's "Lawyer of the Year."

Specialties: For the past five years, Rebecca has served on the Board of Directors for one of Collin County's most notable charities, City House, an emergency children's shelter and youth crisis center. It's this type of devotion to children, who are usually the most vulnerable parties during a divorce, that drives Rebecca.

Rebecca received her Juris Doctorate from Southern Methodist University's Dedman Schoool of Law in 2007, and her Bachelor of Arts from Texas A&M University, College Station, in 2004.

Quote: "It's my job to get my clients through the divorce process with the least amount of emotional and financial damage as possible. When keeping the entire family together has become impossible, I fight for what's best for my clients and their children."

Connect: Contact Rebecca at or at (972) 544-1662 or visit her website below!


Cynthia Hurley | Attorney


About: Attorney Cynthia Hurley, the resident partner of Jordan Flournoy, LLP in Frisco, focuses on helping families work through the complicated issues involved in estate planning. Everyone's family has a special dynamic, and a customized estate plan helps ensure the security of your family. Cynthia's goal as an attorney is to help you implement your best estate plan to take into account your family's special needs and to protect against unforeseen tax consequences.

Customized estate planning is essential to pass on your assets as you desire. Most people assume that their assets will pass easily if they die without a will, unfortunately, that's far from the truth. In a blended family, if a parent dies without a will, the surviving spouse only keeps a portion of the probate assets, which is certainly not the result that most people would expect. An estate plan can be created in a blended family which protects both the new spouse and the children from a prior marriage.

As a long-term resident of Frisco, Cynthia is committed to serving the community both professionally and personally. Cynthia Hurley is Board Certified in Estate Planning and Probate Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, and she is a past President of the Collin County Bar Association – Estate Planning Section, a board member of the Frisco Education Foundation, and scholarship chair for the Frisco Rotary Club.

Specialties: Cynthia concentrates her practice on estate planning for families and individuals, business planning, business formation, business representation, contract drafting, contract review and negotiation, asset protection, family limited partnerships, charitable planning, and probates. Her focus is on representing business clients in entity formation, ongoing legal services for clients, such as contract negotiations and asset protection, representing high net-worth clients in estate planning and the reduction of estate taxes through aggressive tax planning, and representing clients in all facets of probate proceedings.

Quote: "There are three ways to ultimate success: The first way is to be kind. The second way is to be kind. The third is to be kind." - Mr. Fred Rogers

Connect: Cynthia would love to visit you for a free consultation and can be reached at or at (972) 668-6810, or visit her website below!