Brandi L. Crozier is a compassionate and dedicated Family Law Attorney and Mediator. She understands all families are unique and deserve advice and advocacy they can trust. She believes in helping her clients reach their goals with cost effective solutions while minimizing the stress, pain, and anxiety that come with difficult family law matters.
Ms. Crozier grew up in Omaha, Nebraska and credits her strong work ethic to spending time on her grandparents’ farm. She attended Creighton University where she obtained her undergraduate degree in political science with a double minor in business administration and photography. She then went to the University of Texas at Dallas where she completed her post-graduate studies in pre-medicine. Ms. Crozier earned her law degree from the University of Toledo College of Law. While attending law school Ms. Crozier was the Vice Chair of Moot Court, a member and coach of the Constitutional Law Moot Court Team, and a teaching assistant for legal research and writing. Ms. Crozier also worked as a student attorney in her law school’s legal clinic and as a mediator for the juvenile and civil courts in Toledo, Ohio.
Ms. Crozier began her career working for a small oil and gas law firm in Denver, Colorado, which led her to an opportunity with an oil and gas company in Texas. She then founded her own practice dedicated to family law and mediation serving families in North Texas. Ms. Crozier enjoys handling all aspects of family law matters including divorce, child custody, child support, adoptions, pre-nuptial agreements, name changes, and termination of parental rights. She is also a highly trained and experienced mediator in family law, CPS, juvenile, and domestic violence cases and has mediated over 200 cases during her career. Ms. Crozier joined The Draper Law Firm in 2017.
Outside of the office, Ms. Crozier volunteers her time to run a Beeping Easter Egg Hunt for visually impaired children and enjoys photography, cooking, collecting stamps in her passport, spoiling her nieces and nephews rotten, and hiking with her dog Noodle.
Admissions and Affiliations
Certified Family Law and CPS Mediator
Collin County Bar Association
Collin County Young Lawyers Association
Collin County Women Lawyers Association
Texas Bar College