Frequently Asked Questions

Q:  Since Texas is a “Community Property” state, does that mean that upon a divorce
       everything is divided equally?

A:  No. If the parties cannot negotiate a fair division with the help of their respective attorneys, the Judge will divide the marital assets and liabilities in a manner that is “just, right, fair and equitable.” That may result in a 50/50 division, it may result in a 60/40 division or some other division.


​13062 HWY 290 West, Suite 206

Austin, Texas  78737

512-477-4707 Voice

512-477-2770 Fax

By Special Appointment Only

2901 Bee Caves Road, Box L

Austin, Texas  78746


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Sarah K. Brandon

What Kinds of Cases does Sarah K. Brandon take?

Unless otherwise noted in website -- Not Certified by Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

One hundred years from now
It will not matter
What kind of car I drove,
What kind of house I lived in,
How much money I had in my bank account.
Nor what my clothes looked like.
But the world may be a little better
Because I was important in

the life of a child.

– Author Unknown


Workshop dates in 2018: SEP. 8, OCT. 13, NOV. 10 and DEC. 8


Since 1993, Sarah K. Brandon, P.C. has worked with divorce and child custody cases in Travis, Hays, and Blanco Counties.

  •  Family Law cases that she believes is in the best interest of the child and the family.
  •  Divorce cases with or without children. Sarah K. Brandon prefers child custody cases, as she is very skilled in this area.
  • Modifications of cases concerning children:
       •  child support
       •  change in custody or change in visitation
       •  change in conservatorship or custody or termination of parental rights, in certain cases

  • Represents grandparents in custody cases.
  • Represents client in non-private adoptions, such as grandparent, stepparent or significant other.
  • Wills at the requests of her clients.

Contact Sarah