Hollie’s experience in these areas is extensive and impressive. She worked with Oklahoma Department of Human Services for four years as a child welfare specialist and adult protective services specialist.
After working for Oklahoma DHS and as a Homeless Education Coordinator with Bartlesville Public Schools, Hollie Alexander followed through on her true calling and attended law school at the University of Tulsa College of Law before graduating in 2019.
Hollie joins the elite Tulsa family law firm Fry & Elder with passion and a clear goal in mind of advocating for parental rights and the best interest of children.
“My goal is to protect your rights as a parent and advocate for the safety and best interest of your children,” Hollie Alexander said. “As a mother, I understand the unique bond between a parent and a child. If DHS is involved in your life, it is critical that you secure legal representation immediately.
“My decision to become a lawyer was centered around witnessing parents lose their parental rights because they didn’t know how to effectively navigate the system. Parents would agree to unnecessary recommended services that cost thousands of dollars and time away from their children.
As a former Child Protective Services investigator, I have extensive knowledge of DHS policy, Individual Service Plans (ISPs), and I’m not afraid to blow the whistle to make sure your voice is heard. I will fight aggressively to protect your civil right to raise your child as you see fit against a powerful agency.”
“I did some research on Tulsa family law firms, and I immediately felt drawn to Fry & Elder,” Hollie Alexander said. “I want to be the best. The firm and his reputation speak for itself.”
Hollie is married with one child and is passionate about being involved in conservation activities and spending her free time enjoying the Oklahoma outdoors.