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Andrea Worden has also interned with the Virginia-based Rutherford Institute, a civil rights and advocacy organization. The Journal Record has honored her with its Leadership in Law Award. Ms. Worden was chosen as a "Super Lawyer" from 2015-2021, and she has also been accepted into the National College of DUI Defense. Ms. Worden enjoys tackling difficult legal challenges on behalf of clients and in the pursuit of justice.
works personally with her clients, keeping them informed about their case throughout the entire process. If you need legal advice or representation on any criminal or family law matter in Cleveland County, Payne County, Oklahoma County, or anywhere in our state, contact the Worden & Carbitcher Law Firm immediately.
- Member in Good Standing of the Oklahoma County Bar Association
Attorney Darlene Carbitcher is a member in good standing of the Oklahoma County Bar Association, the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, the Cleveland County Bar Association, the Oklahoma Bar Association, and the Oklahoma Criminal Defense Lawyers Association.
Wyatt has always held himself to a high standard of excellence, which carried over into law school where he graduated #1 in his class and earned 12 CALI Awards, an award given to the top scorer in each class. He now brings that standard of excellence to our firm and to our clients.
Wyatt joined the firm after serving more than 10 years in executive leadership with an international nonprofit organization, most recently in the role of General Counsel. He has a sincere passion for the work nonprofit organizations do and is committed to helping them build a solid, lasting foundation. He and Andrea, his wife and founder of the Worden & Carbitcher Law Firm, also own Telos Payment Processing, a business that supports nonprofit organizations by giving 50% of its gross earnings to charities around the world. Through his experience in nonprofit and small business management, Wyatt offers our nonprofit clients a unique perspective on all aspects of operating (and stewarding) nonprofits and their resources.
Also near and dear to Wyatt's heart is immigration law. Living abroad and traveling extensively internationally (20+ countries) has given Wyatt a first-hand view of how immigrants and foreign visitors are often treated outside their home countries. While his experiences are a far cry from what many immigrants face, they opened Wyatt's eyes to the need that exists for affordable legal assistance for immigrants and their families, especially during these politically volatile and uncertain times. Whatever your needs, Wyatt will diligently defend your rights and your dignity.
Wyatt handles a wide range of cases but focuses most of his time on matters related to nonprofit law, contract drafting, and immigration.
- Legal Assistant and Office Manager for W & C.
Dayse Viezcas is the legal assistant and office manager for W&C. Born in Mexico and raised in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma, Dayse has served people through multiple avenues over the last decade in her professional career. She spent eight years in banking and developed a passion and motivation for helping and serving others. Dayse joined the team at Worden & Carbitcher in 2021 and brings to the table her immense kindness in working with our clients, her integrity, and her ability to discern situations and make the best choices under pressure.
With an associate degree from OCCC and a cosmetology license, Dayse's diverse experiences have created an unwavering confidence in herself and her abilities. She firmly believes people should never stop learning, never compare themselves, and never give up. It's this attitude that positions Dayse as an incredible asset to the W&C team, a liaison between our clients and our attorneys, and a superglue in our firm, making sure our day-to-day runs as smooth as possible.
When she's not at W&C, Dayse loves gardening, DIY, and spending time with her husband and three Boston terriers, Stormy, Thunder, and Sunny.
Ryleigh Cooper graduated from OCU and officially joined the firm shortly after graduation. Drawn to W&C because of its diversity and female ownership, Ms. Cooper brought with her a strong work ethic, charisma, and a fight-for-you attitude that has remained unwavering.
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An Oklahoma native, Skyler Riddle was born in Chickasha and grew up in Lindsey. She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science before continuing with her education to successfully obtain a Master's in Water Resource Policy and Management.
Prior to Worden & Carbitcher, Ms. Riddle developed a penchant for law during her time as a legal assistant in Ada, Oklahoma. She also saw tremendous growth in communication and connection skills as an elementary teacher. Upon relocating back to central Oklahoma, Ms. Riddle sought out new employment and found an opportunity at Worden & Carbitcher. She was inspired and intrigued by an atmosphere of hard-working, powerful women who shared a common goal.
If you choose to become a client with Worden & Carbitcher, you'll likely be lucky enough to meet Ms. Riddle along with the rest of our excellent team.
Stephanie Fryer graduated from Oklahoma City University. Stephanie is direct, to the point on every issue, and believes in empowering her clients to understand the law for themselves. When considering her next career path, Stephanie loved that Worden & Carbitcher was woman-owned and saw it as an opportunity to work among other women fearlessly defending the rights of their clients.
Born and raised in Midwest City, Stephanie is an Oklahoman at heart. She's passionate about her client's cases and covers a range of family law matters. Stephanie's family law experience falls into the following categories: