Courtney Harbaugh Walker was raised in Keller, Texas. She graduated from the University of Oklahoma with her Bachelors of Arts in Political Science and Anthropology in 2011 and her Juris Doctorate from Texas A&M School of Law in 2014. While at the University of Oklahoma she participated in the Pride of Oklahoma Marching Band, the Oklahoma University Drumline, and the University of Oklahoma Wind Symphony.
Courtney has practiced family law in Tarrant County since 2014. She has worked in offices throughout the greater Fort Worth area gaining valuable experience in family law and estate planning. Courtney’s goal for all of her clients is, at the end of the case, to leave each and every person in the best place they can be. Her constant compassion and understanding for people coupled with her avid representation in the Courtroom allows her to accomplish that goal for her clients. While at Gaydos Duffer, P.C., Courtney has enjoyed using her Anthropology knowledge while learning about the firm’s assisted reproductive technology practice.
Courtney resides in Aledo with her husband, Austin, and their dog, Murphy. They enjoy a spirited level of competition during their favorite activity, watching college football, where Austin is a die-hard Texas Tech fan. Courtney also enjoys spending time with her family, playing volleyball, and practicing the bassoon. Courtney is a dedicated attorney that strives every day to protect her client’s interests while helping each person through the most difficult time in their lives, and she looks forward to helping you with any of your family law issues.