Fletcher Dal Handley, Jr.
FLETCHER DAL HANDLEY, JR., is a civil justice attorney with The Handley Law Center in Oklahoma. His practice is focused on Personal Injury Law, representing those injured in automobile and trucking accidents. He also practices in the area of toxic exposure, representing Oklahomans exposed to asbestos and other toxic substances. He maintains a sub-specialty in the area of oil and gas, representing mineral owners in the sale and lease of their minerals. He is both a civil and family law mediator.
Ashton A. Handley
Ashton A. Handley is a trial lawyer and Partner at The Handley Law Center. He received his Juris Doctorate from Tulsa University’s College of Law in 2008, and has since gone on to serve hundreds of clients throughout the state of Oklahoma. His practice is primarily focused on representing clients in central Oklahoma involved in high asset divorce and family law litigation, as well as defending clients charged with criminal offenses such as DUI and drug trafficking.
Alex joined The Handley Law Center as an attorney in 2014 and became a partner in 2019. He has represented clients primarily in Oklahoma City and Canadian County in cases such as Criminal Defense, Divorce, Paternity, Guardianships, Personal Injury Auto Accidents, Oil & Gas Quiet Titles, Business Entity Formations, and Commercial Property Lease agreements. Alex is currently a member of the Oklahoma County Bar, Canadian County Bar, Oklahoma Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, Oklahoma County Criminal Defense Lawyers Association, the Oklahoma Association of Justice, and Public Justice.
Kathy Funck has been a legal assistant for more than 30 years, the past 20 of which she has spent working directly with Fletcher Handley. Kathy is married to former Canadian County Assessor Ronnie Funck, and they have three grown children and three grandchildren. The ties between the Funcks and the Handleys go back a long way. When Fletcher moved to El Reno in the fourth grade, the first friend he met was Ronnie Funck. They attended the same schools, and grew up within five or six blocks of each other. For many years, Ronnie and Kathy have lived in the home Fletcher grew up in, on Country Club Road, in El Reno. Fletcher lives about two blocks away. The connections don’t end there, however. Dianne Handley is a Deputy County Assessor. Her boss, of course, is Ronnie Funck.Kathy is very skilled in all facets of the legal field. She has worked with Fletcher primarily in the areas of Personal Injury and Family law; but has significant experience in all areas of civil litigation, as well as preparation of Wills and Powers of Attorney. She is clearly the “Radar” of “Mash” fame that keeps The Handley Law Center running.
Lupita Cerbu has a background in law enforcement as a retired Police Officer from the Chicago Police Department where she served for 25 years. In 1998, Lupita moved from Chicago to El Reno, Oklahoma. She remained in the field of law by joining The Handley Law Center in January 2016. Lupita is fluent in Spanish and uses her gift as an interpreter and translator. Lupita always has a positive, upbeat attitude and enjoys being around people. She is the mother of one son, George Cerbu. Her passion for her son, who lives with Down Syndrome, has led her to advocate for acceptance, inclusion, and education for children and adults. She lives out this passion as the Coordinator for the Hispanic Parent to Parent Group of the Oklahoma Down Syndrome Association. In her spare time, Lupita enjoys volunteering, music, reading, and taking walks with her son.
Krystal Baeriswyl joined The Handley Law Center in May 2020 as a paralegal/office manager to the firm. She has 19+ years of experience in the legal field with her knowledge primarily in the areas of Family law, Personal Injury and Probates; but has significant experience in many areas of civil litigation, as well as preparation of Wills and Powers of Attorney.