Daniel P. Webb
Prior to opening his law practice in Granbury, Daniel Webb graduated with honors (top 10%) from Abilene Christian University with a Bachelors in Business Administration. As a child who grew up with divorced parents he personally knows the effects of the separation of the family.
Mr. Webb attended Texas A&M School of Law (at the time Texas Wesleyan) and was a member of the Mock Trial team and a member of Moot Court. During law school, he became a Commissioner of the Crowley Planning and Zoning Board and a member of the Tarrant County Republican Party Executive Board.
After graduating from Texas A&M School of Law with honors (top 10%), Mr. Webb began working with the Small Business Administration aiding disaster victims. While with the SBA, he directly assisted Hurricane Katrina victims, oversaw many attorneys, and worked directly with various states to develop programs to aid hurricane victims.
Mr. Webb views the practice of law as a calling and not just a business. He is passionate about his work and takes great pride in going the extra mile to achieve complete client satisfaction. To this end, Mr. Webb has attained board certification in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.
Abilene Christian University, Cum Laude, BBA
Texas A&M School of Law, Cum Laude, JD
Tarrant County Republican Party Executive Board State
Member of the State Bar College
Member- Texas Academy of Family Law Specialist
Lifetime Member- Texas Family Law Foundation
Fellow- Texas Bar Foundation
Member- Lake Granbury Chamber of Commerce
Member- Hood County Bar Association
Past President 2013- Hood County Bar Association
Admitted to Practice
Supreme Court of Texas
Federal District Court for the Northern, Eastern and Southern Districts of Texas
Team in Training- Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Altamesa Church of Christ
Illuminate Ministries- Z3:17
Meals on Wheels of Tarrant County, Endowment Board
Leadership Granbury, Board Member and Alumni
Mr. Webb is married and has a son and a daughter (both of which are their father’s pride and joy!); Mr. Webb is very committed to his and does his best to be a light in dark places.
Katie is the Associate Attorney at the firm. She graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice prior to attending Texas A&M School of Law.
Katie returned home to Texas after her first year of college in Oregon. While taking full time classes, she became a substitute teacher for the Fort Worth Independent School District. The following year, Katie attended the Weatherford Police Academy and was later a licensed Texas Peace Officer.
After graduating from the police academy, she joined the United States Navy as a Master-at-Arms (Military Police Officer). She spent 5 years active duty as a Military Police Officer before attending Law School and completing the last three years in the Navy, as a Reservist.
While in the Navy, in addition to her regular duties, Katie served as a sexual assault response team member. She became the representative of her security department, and then as a member of the command training team for the entire base, teaching incoming sailors about sexual assault, harassment, and gang violence at her overseas command. Katie served on the Honor Guard and also received two Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medals for being selected as Junior Sailor of the Year at her first command, and serving as central command post for a Class A mishap between an F-16 and F-18.
During Law school, Katie worked several internships, including Hood County Attorney’s Office and Tarrant County District Attorney’s Office, outside of school hours. Additionally, Katie was selected as a Law Fellow to work for Safe Haven of Tarrant County.
Katie has been able to leverage her experience in law enforcement, prosecutor’s offices, and domestic violence to represent clients in a way that demonstrates a thorough knowledge of these highly specialized and technical areas including: criminal defense and family law.
Texas A&M University
Texas A&M School of Law
In her free time, Katie spends time with her pug, family, and friends.