Brook Fulks knows family law and understands families. She recognizes the importance of helping clients reach resolution smoothly and efficiently. Brook strives to meet her clients’ litigation needs while also supporting informal resolution when possible.
Brook previously ran her own law practice where she handled cases involving divorce, suits affecting the parent-child relationship, child support, parental termination, and enforcements of property, possession, and child support matters.
Brook is a graduate of Baylor School of Law where she was trained in trial advocacy. She also completed her mediation training and a Master of Science in Psychology at Abilene Christian University. Brook has participated in over 50 mediations as a mediator or attorney.
Brook currently serves as Treasurer on the Collin County Bar Association Board of Directors and co-chairs the Collin County Bar Association Trial Academy. She is also a director on the Collin County Child Protective Services Board and a committee member on the State Bar of Texas Local Bar Services Committee. Brook is very active in her community through the Junior League of Collin County, Leadership McKinney Alumni Network, and various political organizations. Brook lives in McKinney with her husband and three children.
- State Bar of Texas, 2012
- Supreme Court of the United States, October 2016
- Texas Super Lawyers Rising Stars, 2018 & 2019