Informative. Entertaining. Uplifting.

Debbie CunninghamDebbie Cunningham is available for speaking engagements and life-experience lectures.  She offers positive, enjoyable, true-life experiences woven into compelling messages for business professionals from all walks of life.  She leaves her audiences with practice tools on the path to becoming better employers, employees, wives and husbands.

Debbie Cunningham spends her work time serving families in Dallas, Tarrant, Denton, and Collin counties in the practice areas of estate planning, probate, and business law.  Her only objective in this work is to find solutions that meet the needs of her clients.  Debbie found a passion in the Law after spending over 20 years in corporate America.  Her experiences working in finance, administration, and operations provide her with a valuable, real-world perspective that she puts to good use for her audiences and clients.  Her life experiences also contribute to the speaking Debbie offers.  As a mom, a step-mom, a wife, an ex-wife, and then a wife again, she understands the challenges facing today’s working women.  Every day, Debbie is a living example of successfully balancing family, parenting, and work.

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Selected Topics

  • Surviving in a Sitcom Family: Life Lessons From Our Blended Family – 6 Kids, 5 Parents, and Lots of Love & Laughs. Debbie shares what she’s learned about striving and thriving and how everyone can apply these lessons at home and at the office.
  • Mentoring Is Not Just Leaving a Legacy: It’s the Gift That Gives Back – How mentors and mentoring have shaped and improved Debbie’s life and can be a benefit to yours as well.
  • How to Be Sure Your Kids Get Your Stuff and Other Icky Legal Matters (video): Debbie explains what a will is and why having one is critical to ensuring that your legacy transfers according to your wishes.  She will show you how having an estate plan ensures that your family and financial goals are met after you have passed on.  Finally, Debbie shares why trusts are a great planning tool but are not for everyone.
  • Trusts: Who Should Have One and Why? – Learn about trust creation, formalities, and situations where trusts are appropriate and not.