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Manriquez Law Firm


We are committed to giving you personalized service from an attorney who cares!

Owner and attorney, Aimee Manriquez, is a native of the DFW metroplex area. Ms. Manriquez grew up in Garland, Texas, where she graduated from Naaman Forest High School, having dreamed of becoming a lawyer one day. She then spent eight years working in the banking industry prior to attending law school. 

Ms. Manriquez graduated with honors from the University of Texas at Dallas in 2005 with a Bachelor's degree in Government and Politics and a minor in Business Administration. She then attended Texas Wesleyan School of Law (now Texas A&M University School of Law), where she graduated with honors in 2008. While in law school, she was on the staff of the Texas Wesleyan Law Review, was president of the student Family Law Association, and worked as a law clerk for a local bankruptcy attorney.

After working as an attorney for several years at another local law firm, where she gained experience in various practice areas, Ms. Manriquez opened Manriquez Law Firm in January 2014.  

​Aimee Manriquez is a proud recipient of the American Bankruptcy Institute Medal of Excellence. As an attorney, she cares deeply about her clients and strives to provide quality and personalized service to each one of them.


Outside of her law practice, Ms. Manriquez enjoys being involved in her church, reading, primarily historical fiction, dancing at a local studio, including performing with a small group, teaching Barre Fitness, and taking Zumba classes at a local fitness center. Ms. Maniquez is also a certified Zumba instructor.