Carla Ozuna’s legal practice focuses on helping her clients resolve complicated divorce and child custody cases.
Having been raised by a single parent and having been divorced and a single parent herself, Carla understands how difficult the process of a divorce and child custody case can be, and enjoys navigating clients through each challenge and toward a brighter future. Carla is best known by her colleagues for her strong work ethic and diverse real-world experiences that give her an extremely unique ability to successfully advocate for her clients.
Prior to Carla graduating law school, she worked for the Department of Family Protective Services (DFPS), often referred to as CPS (Child Protective Services), as an investigator. She also worked in the courts as a juvenile probation officer. Her work at both DFPS and as a juvenile probation officer is an extremely rare combination of experience that provides Carla a unique perspective as a family law attorney and allows Carla to successfully advocate for her clients based off her inside knowledge of how the system works and what to expect.
After graduating law school, Carla went on to practice family law at Soyars & Morgan Law. Carla has handled over a hundred family law and civil litigation cases. She is a skilled trial attorney. Carla has represented mothers and fathers, focusing on complex, high-asset divorces, and fiercely contested custody disputes, enforcements, and modifications.
Carla believes that a successful outcome requires understanding and adapting to each client’s individual goals. She also believes that an attorney must be over prepared to zealously advocate her client’s position in a courtroom. Carla’s life experiences and hard work have yielded her significant success in her time at Soyars & Morgan Law.