“You want to make the big play; you want to throw a touchdown every single play. But at the same time, you have to know that it’s a process.” – Patrick Mahomes II
Mrs. Haylee Bowlin believes that anyone who has had to engage with the family court system can all agree on the fact that the process is anything but fast and it can be emotionally and financially exhausting if handled improperly. Chances are, if you are looking for a family law attorney, you are having one of the worst days of your life. The only thing that could make it worse is having an attorney that could not care less about their job or your case.
Having witnessed her parents’ tumultuous relationship and dastardly custody battle at the age of five, Haylee promised herself then that she would become an attorney that would ensure everyone is treated fairly, and her client’s rights are reasonably fought for and defended throughout their family court matter. As Haylee’s client, you will never be left wondering what to expect next in the process or be surprised by a court’s temporary or final order. Knowing the intricacies of the family law system in Arizona, Haylee will never promise you a particular outcome in your case. However, Haylee will explain the range of possible outcomes you can expect and will help you fight to get the outcome you desire.
Haylee was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona. Prior to being accepted into law school, Haylee graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Criminology and Criminal Justice from Arizona State University while working full time as a veterinary technician. Haylee graduated with a Juris Doctor from the University of North Dakota in 2019 and began preparing to take the Arizona State Bar Exam.
Haylee began her law career with a small family law firm in Tempe, Arizona soon after passing the bar and obtaining her license in 2020. While in this role, Haylee learned the complexities of the family law system as she was able to focus solely on family law and was able to work with clients throughout most counties, in both Superior and Municipal Courts, within the State of Arizona. Because of her experience, Haylee has a better understanding of the concepts of domestic violence, mental health, and substance abuse disorders, and how these concepts intersect with family law and impact an individual’s request for decision making or parenting time. She has had clients from all walks of life with a wide range of legal issues surrounding family and juvenile law and is confident that she would provide you with unparalleled legal services if given the opportunity to do so.