Attorney Susan Barnett

Susan Barnett has been an attorney since 1989. She graduated from Baylor Law School and immediately joined the Collin County DA’s office. Her career as a prosecutor spanned almost 10 years until her twin girls were born in 1998. At that time, she and her husband, Scott, determined that it was important that Susan stay home with their daughters. For sixteen years she kept a small practice out of her home and enjoyed being wife to Scott and mom to her three girls. During that time, she also spent a year working for President George W. Bush in the White House and served for five years as Director of Kids Ministry at Willow Bend Church in Plano.

Since June of 2014, Susan has focused her practice on Estate Planning and Elder Law. It is her desire to honor Christ in the way she serves her clients. She truly enjoys giving guidance during, or in anticipation of, the more difficult stages of life. Haiman Hogue is the perfect home for her because the firm shares the same values. She believes that God has brought her to a Firm where she has found a place that values her, not only as an attorney, but also as a follower of Christ. Haiman Hogue is a place that allows her to continue to serve God and her family while she devotedly takes care of the firm’s clients.

Attorney Susan Barnett

Susan Barnett has been an attorney since 1989. She graduated from Baylor Law School and immediately joined the Collin County DA’s office. Her career as a prosecutor spanned almost 10 years until her twin girls were born in 1998. At that time, she and her husband, Scott, determined that it was important that Susan stay home with their daughters. For sixteen years she kept a small practice out of her home and enjoyed being wife to Scott and mom to her three girls. During that time, she also spent a year working for President George W. Bush in the White House and served for five years as Director of Kids Ministry at Willow Bend Church in Plano.

Since June of 2014, Susan has focused her practice on Estate Planning and Elder Law. It is her desire to honor Christ in the way she serves her clients. She truly enjoys giving guidance during, or in anticipation of, the more difficult stages of life. Haiman Hogue is the perfect home for her because the firm shares the same values. She believes that God has brought her to a Firm where she has found a place that values her, not only as an attorney, but also as a follower of Christ. Haiman Hogue is a place that allows her to continue to serve God and her family while she devotedly takes care of the firm’s clients.