Moura A.J. Robertson has practiced exclusively in the area of divorce and child custody litigation for over 25 years. She is a Certified Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and Past-President of the Oklahoma AAML Chapter. Moura is a recipient of the honorary Hood-Corbitt Award for Excellence in Family Law from the Family Law Section of the Tulsa County Bar Association and is a frequent speaker at continuing legal education seminars on divorce law and trial practice. She has an AV® PreeminentTM peer-review rating by Martindale Hubbell® and has repeatedly been selected as one of the “Top 25 Women Lawyers in Oklahoma” by Super Lawyers®. Moura is also listed in Best Lawyers® in the areas of Collaborative Law - Family Law, Family Law and Family Law Mediation, while being recognized as a Lawyer of the Year for 2020 for her work in these practice areas.
Moura represents and advises clients in all aspects of matrimonial law including complex divorces involving closely held businesses, professional practices and executive compensation, high-conflict child custody disputes, modification and enforcement of child custody and visitation, and the negotiation and drafting of pre-nuptial agreements. She also provides alternative dispute resolution services through private mediation and collaborative divorce processes.
Earlier in her legal career, Moura served as a legal and public policy advocate with the Oklahoma Disability Law Center, Oklahoma’s federally mandated protection and advocacy agency for individuals with disabilities. Additional resources and information pertaining to Moura's family law practice may be found at www.tulsadivorce.com.
Professional, Community and Pro Bono Involvement
- American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML)
- American Bar Association, Family Law Section
- Oklahoma Bar Association, Family law Section
- Oklahoma Academy of Collaborative Professionals (OACP)
- Tulsa County Bar Association, Family Law Section
- J.D., University of Tulsa College of Law, 1992
- Recipient, Certificate in Native American Law
- Staff Editor, Energy Law Review
- Member, Board of Advocates
- Member, Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity
- B.A., Political Science, Minor in Women's Studies, State University of New York, College at New Paltz, 1982
Bar & Court Admissions
- Oklahoma, 1992
- United States District Court Northern District of Oklahoma, 1992
- United States District Court Eastern District of Oklahoma, 1993
- United States District Court Western District of Oklahoma, 1994
- United States Court of Appeals Tenth Circuit, 2005
- United States Supreme Court, 2008