Our Team

Anna M. Torres

Managing Partner and Owner

Anna moved to San Antonio from Australia when she was nine years old, and maintains dual citizenship (hence the Sydney Opera house picture). She graduated from the University of Dallas in 1991 with a B.A. in Philosophy, and then went to St. Mary's University to receive both an M.A. in Theology and a J.D. in Law at the Law School in 1996. She also co-founded Torres Financial Services, Inc. with her husband, Rudy, in 1999, and serves as Client Services Director there
Anna founded Anna M. Torres & Associates, P.C. in 2008, after almost 15 years of legal experience. She has extensive experience serving as a trusted Third Party Guardian in complex and contested Guardianship and representing clients in all types of Probate and Trust conflicts. She prides herself on zealously representing clients, and ensuring that they received the standard of care they deserve. 
Anna and Rudy have five children. On the weekends and in her free time, Anna enjoys needlepoint, crochet, and knitting, and often can be found with one of her daughters on a "yarn crawl" in search of new and unique knitting supplies. Her interest in knitting has been passed on to other ladies in the office, and they are working on creating a blanket for one of Anna’s elderly clients. 
Anna also loves to travel, and she and her family have visited many parts of the world. She is active in her Church community, and a strong supporter of the A.C.T.S. ministries. She is a Development Board Member of the S.A. Can Alternative High School in San Antonio and a past member of the Capital Campaign Committee at Oblate School of Theology. 

 

 

Tracey Mather

Legal Assistant

Tracey was born in Illinois, but got to Texas as soon as she could.  She has over 20 years of legal experience; her first job was with the FBI in Washington, DC.  She has worked for litigation and real estate law firms and now Anna M. Torres & Associates.  She handles much of the day-to-day work in caring for the firm’s Wards; running errands for them, paying their bills, handling their accounting and tax issues and often, simply listening to their concerns.  
She is a past president (2009-2011) of the San Antonio Junior Forum, an alumni of the North Chamber’s Leadership Lab, volunteered with the Under the Bridge Ministry for many years until Haven for Hope opened, and spent many years teaching Sunday School, Vacation Bible School, singing in the choir at church and mentoring youth.
In 2016, she will have been in San Antonio for 30 years.  Her interests include gardening, reading, socializing with friends, travelling and (fairly recently) knitting, courtesy of Anna Torres.
Tracey has four children.  She also has three dogs, Sasha, Bonnie and Lucy, and one cat named Cookie.