So-Young An

Associate Attorney


“Expertise, honesty, and compassion - what more can you ask for!”

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About So-Young

Attorney So-Young An is an associate with LaSusa & Deb PLLC. So-Young started her career as a Judicial Intern for The Honorable Judge Catalano. After which, she volunteered at The Human Rights Initiative of North Texas and was part of W. W. Caruth, Jr., Child Advocacy Clinic. In law school So-Young was an active board member of the International law society and graduated from the SMU School of Law as a Dean's Scholarship recipient. So-Young is a dedicated and hardworking member of our team focusing on family law, probate, wills & estate planning, and immigration matters. So-Young understands that the practice of law takes patience, perseverance, and courage.

So-Young’s primary focus is to provide practical counsel that helps families navigate the complex maze of rules that have real effect upon their daily lives. So-Young is an active member of the community participating in refugee outreach programs for Nahnum Newlife Academy, where she also serves as a mentor and english language instructor. So-Young uses her law degree to empower her clients with information and knowledge.

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Areas of Service

Family Law, Divorce & Custody

Wills, Estates, & Probate

Articles by So-Young

March 30, 2020

NEW Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) Cares Act

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March 23, 2020

Major Legislation of the 2019 Session: Criminal Law – Sexual Assault, Indecent Assault, Revenge Porn, and Human Trafficking

The Texas Legislators filed more than 7,300 bills in 2019 and enacted over 1,400 into law. Among the them are the following: Sexual Assault House Bill 8 has eliminated the…
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