Lisa Grimaldi

Senior Certified Paralegal, Legal Administrator

Lisa is our certified senior paralegal and has been a paralegal for over twenty years. She has been with Youngblood Law Firm since almost the start of the firm. She frequently handles complex and high value estate cases.

Lisa attended Syracuse University before transferring in her third year to Texas A&M-Commerce to complete her degree in Business Management. Lisa later attended the University of North Texas to complete her post graduate degree in Paralegal Studies. Lisa is a member of the Texas Bar College, State Bar of Texas- Paralegal Division, Fort Worth Paralegal Association, NALA, Tarrant County Bar Association and Tarrant County Family Law Bar.

Lisa’s background is in real estate law, federal government and family law. She worked with the Small Business Administration for eight years and was appointed to a congressional inquiry team during Hurricane Katrina. Lisa is the Vice President of the Fort Worth Paralegal Association and was appointed as the Public Relations Chair for the State Bar of Texas Paralegal Division-District 3.

Lisa is originally from Syracuse, N.Y., but came to Texas, as quickly as she could in 1995. Lisa is happily married to a Business Analyst and has two beautiful boys from her previous marriage. She has three cats, Jojo, Sugar and Phin, all rescues. Lisa is active in local politics and enjoys volunteering for local legal clinics. Lisa also enjoys traveling to Paris and other exotic locations.

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