Emily Williams is a trial lawyer who represents clients in wide range of matters including complex commercial disputes, employment issues, family law and media and First Amendment rights.

In the area of family law, her practice encompasses all aspects of family law including divorce, complex business valuations and asset and debt apportionment, custody, visitation, UCCJEA matters, child support, alimony, guardianship, and adoption matters.

Before joining the Firm, Emily worked at a general practice firm where she focused on complex business and commercial disputes and developed experience representing clients in complex divorce cases. Emily also worked an insurance defense firm where she gained significant experience defending corporate and individual clients in a broad range of issues.

Emily has experience in and out of the courtroom representing small and large businesses and individuals. She employs a pragmatic and systematic approach to reaching the best outcome for her clients.

  • Successful representation in adoption cases, contested and uncontested.
  • Successful representation in high-conflict, high-asset divorce cases.
  • Successful representation in UCCJEA cases.
  • Successful representation in paternity matters.
  • Successfully defended a funeral home in a jury trial in Oklahoma County during the COVID-19 pandemic against claims of intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligence.
  • Successfully defended a personal representative in a non-jury trial in Oklahoma County against claims of breach of fiduciary duties, failure to account and fraud. Successful attorneys’ fee award granted post trial.
  • Successfully represented homeowners against sellers in a non-jury trial in Oklahoma County based on the seller’s failure to disclose defects pursuant to the Residential Property Condition Disclosure Act.
  • Obtained summary judgment dismissing claims arising out of alleged retaliation in violation of the Fair Labor Standards Act in the United States District Court for the Western District of Oklahoma.
  • Successfully defended an Oklahoma Supreme Court appeal arising out of a non-jury trial’s removal of a trustee based on breach of his fiduciary duties and failure to account.
  • Successfully defeated summary judgment on claims arising out of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Act in Custer County.
  • Successfully argued against a Motion for Conditional Class Certification under the Fair Labor Standards Act.
  • Successfully argued against a temporary injunction which alleged client exerted coercive influence to change an individual retirement account beneficiary designation.

  • Oklahoma Bar Association
    • Member, 2018 – Present
    • Young Lawyers Division, 2018 – Present
    • Lawyers Helping Lawyers Assistance, Committee Member, 2022 – Present
    • Professionalism, Committee Member, 2022 – Present
  • Oklahoma County Bar Association
  • Infant Crisis Services, Volunteer