Ashley Reeve Basnett

Ashley Reeve Basnett

 Ashley Reeve Basnett is a well-rounded attorney with years of litigation, negotiation and contract formation experience.

Mrs. Basnett graduated cum laude from Texas Tech University in 2007 with a BA in Sociology and a minor in English.  Mrs. Basnett attended Texas Wesleyan University School of Law (now known as Texas A&M University Law School) and received her Juris Doctorate in 2011.  For six years, Mrs. Basnett practiced in the fields of family law, child welfare law and reproductive technology law.  Mrs. Basnett then went on to work for the State of Texas representing the Department of Family and Protective Services and thereafter became an Assistant Criminal District Attorney for Tarrant County and continued to represent the Department of Family and Protective Services.  Mrs. Basnett’s experience and skill set is extensive, from preparing, reviewing and negotiating family formation contracts, to negotiating and litigating divorce/custody arrangements, and to being the lead prosecutor on numerous jury trials for termination of parental rights.  

Mrs. Basnett is a member of the State Bar of Texas Child Welfare Law Division.  Mrs. Basnett has previously served as a board member of the Arlington Bar Association (2015-2017) and president of the Arlington Young Lawyers Association (2014-2015).