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Jackie L. Riemenschneider-McCrary, Bankruptcy Attorney, 190 S. Seguin Ave., New Braunfels, TX 78130

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Jackie L. Riemenschneider-McCrary, Attorney

Background, Education & Experience

Before Law School

     Jackie was born in Corpus Christi, Texas, and grew up in Miamisburg, Ohio; Brandon, Florida and Bedford, Texas.  She moved to Lubbock, Texas to attend Texas Tech University in 1990. 

     During her undergraduate years at Tech, she was in the Goin' Band (Flag Corp), a Miller Girl, a member of Omicron Delta Kappa Honor Fraternity, Golden Key Honor Society, and President of the German Honor Society, Delta Phi Alpha.  In May 1994 she received a double Bachelor's Degree in German and English. 
     She also spent two summers in Europe.  The first summer was primarily spent in Graz, Austria.  During the second summer she had the opportunity to live with a family from the former Eastern Germany, where she spent six weeks in a tiny village about an hour from Berlin. 
     During graduate school, she taught freshman and sophmore level German courses.  In 1996, she earned her Master's Degree in German with a Master's Minor in English.  She then taught German as an Instructor at Texas Tech University while completing her education courses in the evenings.  
     She earned her teaching certificate by completing an internship and teaching in Lockney, Texas.  She also taught English at Monterey High School in Lubbock, Texas for two years, and she taught German at Coppell High School in Coppell, Texas for one year.

After Law School 

     She took the LSAT on a whim, and then decided to leave her career of teaching and become a lawyer when she was offered a full scholarship to Texas Tech School of Law.  During law school, she was a member of the Board of Barristers, Administrative Law Journal, Phi Alpha Delta, and Phi Delta Phi.  She was also employed as a law clerk by the Texas Criminal Defense Lawyers Association and the Law Office of Walker Metcalf.  In her spare time, she taught an LSAT prep course for GetPrepped! during her third year at law school, and she continued to teach and tutor for the company until 2010.  

     After becoming an attorney in 2004, she worked as an associate for late Walker Metcalf and later at a law firm in Plainview, Texas where she primarily practiced criminal defense and bankruptcy.

     In July 2006 she moved to Lamesa, Texas, where she opened a private general practice law firm and worked briefly as an Assistant DA.  

     In April 2008, she moved to the Hill Country and worked as an Assistant DA (felony prosecutor) in Seguin, Texas for Guadalupe County until the end of the year.

     In November 2008, she married Sammy McCrary, chief felony prosecutor of Comal County.  Please note, that Ms. Riemenschneider-McCrary is unable to practice Criminal Defense in Comal County due to this Conflict of Interest.

    Over the past seven years, she has successfully filed over 250 bankruptcies in the Nothern District and Western District of Texas. She continues to file Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 Bankruptcies in both districts.