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Tracy Kasparek Elaguizy

Being a native Austinite, Tracy knew she wanted to practice law in Austin. Her focus at Kasparek Law centers on Wills, Probate, Estate Planning, Elder Law, Guardianships, Friendly Family Law, and Business formation and succession. Tracy also accepts ad litem appointments from the Travis County Probate Court.

Tracy received her J.D. from St. Mary’s in San Antonio and B.A. in Business from Southwestern University in Georgetown. While attending St. Mary’s, she became a published staff writer on The Scholar: St. Mary’s Law Review on Minority Issues for her comment advocating gay rights. Tracy was also elected to the Student Bar Association, the law school’s student governmental body. In addition, Tracy participated in several community service projects which earned her a Pro Bono Certificate at graduation as well as the Marianist Service to the Community award.

Tracy continues to be active in the community by serving as the Past President of the Travis County Women Lawyer’s Association, serving on the board of the Travis County Women Lawyer’s Foundation and serving on the board of the Austin Bar Association. Tracy has previously served as Treasurer and President of TCWLA.  Tracy helped found the Austin Pride Foundation, and served as a board member for the AGLCC, AGLPF and her homeowner’s association for several years. She loves Austin, and takes advantage of the lakes, greenbelt, live music and UT sporting events whenever possible. In May of 2013 Tracy got married and changed her name to Tracy Kasparek Elaguizy.

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