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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.


14101 HWY 290 West, Bldg 600

Austin, Texas  78737

512-477-4707 Voice

512-477-2770 Fax

By Special Appointment Only

2901 Bee Caves Road, Box L

Austin, Texas  78746


Workshop: This occurs on the second Saturday of EVERY month.

Mrs. Brandon will provide information regarding the process of divorce.

Melanie Johnson will provide information on the financial side of the divorce. 

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

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. 
  • Collaborative Law Cases a method used to solve disputes while avoiding traditional Court proceedings. Both parties will come together with their attorneys to work out an agreement. 
  • High Profile Cases Sarah K. Brandon is experienced in handling high profile and high conflict cases that require the extra hands on assistance. Our firm will stand by you through this difficult  time.
  • Limited Scope We will assist the client in drafting and filing; however, the client will ultimately be representing themselves. This is one of the more common cases, client's may hire our firm on a limited scope basis at the beginning of a case to begin on an amicable basis and avoid any potential conflict.