Peyton Barrier,

Paralegal.

Peyton Barrier is a paralegal with the Ramos Law Group, PLLC. Peyton joined the Ramos Law Group, PLLC in April of 2017. She graduated from Texas A&M University in May of 2016. Knowing that she always has had an interest in law, Peyton spent the summer interning in the 208th District Court with the Harris County District Attorney’s Office. Soon, thereafter, she received her paralegal certificate from the University of Houston. Peyton is a native Houstonian, who grew up in the suburb of Clear Lake.  Peyton has a passion for children and their welfare and education. She is a member of Big Brothers Big Sisters as well as an 8th-year volunteer with the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. In her spare time, she also enjoys spending time at her family’s ranch in South Texas, going to Aggie football games and riding horses.

 

Training/Certificates:

  • Paralegal Certificate, University of Houston

Education:

  • Texas A&M University, Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Leadership and Development with an emphasis in Agriculture Communications and Journalism

Tanya Pezina,

Office Administrator.

Ms. Pezina was a full-time member of our firm as a legal assistant until the fall term of 2016 when she started attending the University of Houston to pursue a Political Science degree. During her time at UH she served as our part-time billing clerk working mostly in the evenings and on weekends.  She graduated from the University of Houston December 2017 and is now back full-time. She is the point of contact for all invoices and will be the person responsible for generating and receiving payments for the same. She is committed to responding to all inquiries within 24 hours.

 

Education:

Houston Community College,  Associates in Science

University of Houston, Bachelor of Science in Political Science with a minor in Law, Values, and Policy

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Alfredo Ramos

Alfredo Ramos,

Business Futurist.

Mr. Ramos has years of experience managing projects and teams in both the software industry and the US Navy. In the software industry, he held positions from Product Lead in Technical Support (NetIQ) to Quality Assurance Manager with Idera Software. He also served in US Navy as the Medical Department Head with the primary mission of mobilization readiness of reserve personnel.

Education:

  • University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Robert C. Vackar College of Business & Entrepreneurship, Master of Business Administration, General Management
  • Park University, Bachelors Of Science, Management/Computer Information Systems
  • Florida State College at Jacksonville (Formerly – Florida Community College at Jacksonville), Associates Of Arts, General
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Ashliegh Ramos - Paralegal

Ashliegh Ramos,

Junior Paralegal.

Ms. Ramos is the daughter of Mary E. Ramos and an active member of our staff with duties ranging from paralegal to assisting with our online marketing.  She is currently attending paralegal training at the University of Houston School of Continuing Education & Professional Development.

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Heaven Ramos

Ellie,

Future Attorney/Partner.

Eleanor “Ellie”, daughter of Mary E. Ramos, came into our lives a few years back and has become a member of the team.  She is quick to provide guidance and refer to members of the team as “Lindsey-Tanya” putting two team members name into one.   While a little young we hope to see her grow and become a full member of our team.

Disclaimer:  

Eleanor is NOT an attorney and does not work for the firm as we comply with all rules and regulations as set forth by the Texas State Bar, the State of Texas, and the federal government.

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Sancho

Sancho,

Mascot/Therapy Dog.

Sancho, Lindsey’s dog-child is a Hungarian Vizsla that visits our office on occasion bringing a smile to everyone he meets.  On a tough day, Sancho can quickly turn the day around for our entire staff.

Disclaimer:  

Sancho is NOT an attorney and does not work for the firm as we comply with all rules and regulations as set forth by the Texas State Bar, the State of Texas, and the federal government.

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