Aaron D. Bundy


Law Office of Aaron D. Bundy, PLC
2509 E 21st St
Tulsa, OK 74114
United States

Tel: 918-208-0129

Email: aaron@bundylawoffice.com
Web: www.bundylawoffice.com

Aaron Bundy is a legal advisor and advocate for private clients across a broad spectrum of legal issues, ranging from confidential planning and strategy to trial and appeal. His practice includes advice and representation in matters involving prenuptial agreements, gestational agreements, extraordinary support claims, and complex property matters such as valuation and division of small businesses, intellectual property, artwork, livestock, and qualified and non-qualified deferred compensation. In all cases, Aaron provides the personalized counsel and dedicated support his clients deserve during some of the most stressful and uncertain times in their lives.

After law school, and after trying dozens of cases, Aaron completed advocacy training at the National Family Law Trial Institute in Houston, Texas. He returned to the program the following year for their Advanced Business Valuation program. His education for complex financial cases includes the study of financial planning at Southern Methodist University. Sensitive to the needs and priorities of clients with sophisticated portfolios, Aaron is uniquely positioned to advise and represent high-net-worth and ultra-high net worth individuals. He is licensed to practice law in Oklahoma, New York, and Washington, D.C.

Years of negotiation, trial, and appellate work inform the strategic and discreet guidance that Aaron Bundy offers his clients. His advice is grounded in a unique mix of trial experience, communications and advocacy training, and financial and valuation education. With careful planning, high-conflict disputes may be won or even avoided altogether through private resolution. When trial is necessary, Aaron is known by his peers and the bench as an efficient, prepared, and highly effective trial lawyer. He has written numerous articles about trial skills and techniques, and he has delivered presentations across the United States about the rules of evidence and cutting-edge trial skills and techniques. A leader in his field, attorneys and judges alike contact him when they have a legal question or encounter a novel issue. His board certification by the National Board of Trial Advocacy best demonstrates his experience with family law trials.

Aaron is ranked in the Chambers Family/Matrimonial: High Net Worth directory of leading professional advisors to the Private Wealth market. He is listed in the Spear’s 500 Family Lawyers Index, which showcases the top providers of legal services to High Net Worth individuals. A fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, Aaron has been recognized by Best Lawyers in America™ for his work in family law.

  • Southern Methodist University Continuing & Professional Education
  • University of Tulsa College of Law, Tulsa, Oklahoma
    • Juris Doctor – 05/2006
  • University of Tulsa, Tulsa, Oklahoma
    • B.S.B.A. – 12/2002
Bar Admissions
  • United States Supreme Court
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, 10th Circuit
  • New York
  • District of Columbia
  • Oklahoma
  • U.S. District Court Western District of Oklahoma
  • U.S. District Court Northern District of Oklahoma
  • Supreme Court of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation
Honors and Awards
  • Chambers USA Family/Matrimonial: High Net Worth
  • Spear’s 500 Family Lawyers Index
  • Best Lawyers®
  • Super Lawyers®
  • 2017 co-recipient of the Oklahoma Bar Association’s Earl Sneed Award for outstanding continuing legal education contributions in 2017
  • Martindale-Hubbell “AV-Preeminent”
Appellate work is a special type of advocacy. While some of the principles from trial work also apply to appeals, additional skills are required due to the unique demands of research, briefing and oral argument. Although appeals are time-sensitive, appellate work requires careful deliberation, thought and planning. Because appeals are governed by technical rules, a good appeal can be lost due to a simple rule violation that has nothing to do with the merits of the case.

We use a proprietary system for appellate work, ranging from our intake process all the way to binding the brief, to ensure thoroughness and quality control. Our system incorporates software powered by artificial intelligence to ensure that each citation to the record is the most powerful option possible. While most appellate attorneys outsource different parts of the work, we acquired equipment to keep all of our appellate work in-house in order to minimize outsourcing and delay.

We offer private consultations and co-counsel relationships for other attorneys who practice primarily in trial courts.

We help clients navigate complex family transitions in matters involving income determination, asset valuation and division, and parental rights. We serve clients in Oklahoma state and federal courts in matrimonial, criminal defense, and catastrophic injury cases. Every lawyer at the firm is a trial lawyer with sound advocacy training and jury trial experience.

Our conduct in litigation, trial, and appeal is informed by our advanced training and grounded upon:

  • The Bounds of Advocacy promulgated by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers
  • The work of Stephen Susman reflected and codified at www.trialbyagreement.com
  • The trial rules issued by Federal Judge Claire V. Egan, and
  • The Standards for Appellate Conduct established by the Supreme Court of Texas.

We are highly skilled at putting together and trying a lean, efficient case based on facts. Our focus is on credibility: when we say something, we have the evidence to back it up, and we get to it.

We practice at the forefront of family law. Our law firm is listed in the 2022 Chambers Family/Matrimonial High Net Worth Guide and in U.S. News & World Report’s annual “Best Law Firms” directory.