Norys is a Paralegal here at Angela Faye Brown & Associates, PLLC for our Austin Office. She was raised in South Florida and went to high school in North Carolina. She obtained her Associates of Art in Paralegal Studies from Keiser University, where she continued her education to obtain her Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems and Business Administration. While in her last year of college, she started working with the Legal Aid Society of Palm Beach County. Norys primarily worked with the Domestic Violence unit helping victims navigate the intricacies of getting representation. Whilst at Legal Aid, she had the opportunity to work closely with the Family Law unit and immigration units helping victims with divorces, establishing paternity, and obtaining immigration status in the country under VAWA. She hopes to become an attorney in the near future and use her skills and expertise to help as many clients as she can.
Holly is a paralegal here at Angela Faye Brown and Associates for our Houston office. Holly has nearly 30 years of experience handling court cases. She is helpful, responsive, and will do whatever she can to make sure you stay updated on your case and prevent the opposing party from dragging your case out. Her role is to draft documents, help you fulfill discovery documents, and work with the courts and other parties involved to ensure all stages of your case get scheduled in a timely manner. She can answer any non-legal questions for your case and provide most case updates upon request.
LaKeisha Williams-Till is a dynamic and engaging public speaker, facilitator, and subject matter expert for domestic violence advocacy, intimate partner violence education, and trauma-informed care for families who have experienced hardships. After the tragic murder of Williams-Till’s mother, Williams-Till was awarded custody of her brothers who also experienced significant PTSD and physical injuries because of the assault. This experience drove Williams-Till’s passion to improve resources, funding, and collaboration across city agencies to support surviving victims and families. Williams-Till has led several other counties and cities across the nation in implementing innovative strategies and models of support for surviving victims – forever changing the culture for police departments, emergency responders, and family courts in servicing survivors. Williams-Till holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication Studies with a Concentration in Health. On weekends you can find her spending time with her brothers, Christopher and Myles, volunteering, shopping, trying a new recipe, or speaking at a variety of advocacy and prevention events across the country. In the next few years, she aspires to go to Law School to continue being an advocate within the family court systems.