The clients of Ausley, Algert, Robertson & Flores benefit from an experienced and highly regarded group of paralegals. A paralegal is a professional who works closely with the attorney and who often has responsibility for maintaining a client’s file, drafting legal documents, and communicating with the client. Although a paralegal cannot offer legal advice, he or she may play an important role in a family law case. Every case handled by an attorney at Ausley, Algert, Robertson & Flores is assigned to one of the paralegals introduced below.
Mairin Delaney Peevey
Mairin Delaney Peevey received both a bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice and a post-graduate certificate from the Lawyer's Assistant Program at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas. She is a member of the Paralegal Division of the State Bar of Texas and also of the Capital Area Paralegal Association. Mairin has been a paralegal since 1995 in the areas of insurance defense, litigation and family law, and has concentrated primarily on family law since 2009. She plans on taking the family law board certification exam in the near future.
Renee Wettengal, originally from Madison, Wisconsin, is board certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Renee is a member of the Paralegal Division of the State Bar of Texas. She has over 20 years of experience in family law including the law relevant to children's issues and adoption. Renee has a lot of empathy for our clients and puts them at ease. She and her husband Mike have two grown daughters and grandchildren. They love riding their motocycles throughout the hill country and exploring Texas with their dogs Frank, Andre, and Calvin. .