Divorce, Custody Modification, Business law, Guardian and Attorney ad litem services

Legal Expertise You Can Rely On

Legal Services

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Divorce and Custody issues are emotionally charged and the process can be overwhelming.  Ms. Brown will guide you through the process and answer your questions and address concerns in a timely manner.

Personal Service

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At the Law Office of Elaine S. Brown, you are more than just a file.  Ms. Brown prides herself on getting to know her clients and their needs in order to provide them with the best outcome in their case.

Personalized Service to Clients in Hays and Travis Counties

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Ms. Brown carefully reviews her cases and selects those that she feels she can best help in the path to their desired result.  She has many years of experience as an Attorney and additional experience as a mental health professional.  Her experience in both professions provides her with a unique perspective.


Additionally, Ms. Brown has represented many companies and individuals drafting and reviewing contracts for their businesses.  She also has experience in collections for creditors and has been able to obtain money from debtors or to obtain a judgment against the debtor in most instances.

Common Questions

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Will my divorce take a long time?

That is a tough question because some divorces may take a little more than 60 days (the required waiting period) and others may take years.  Much of it has to do with the client and the other party and their desire to resolve issues.

What is Collaborative law?

Collaborative law is an approach to law in which both parties agree along with their attorneys to be transparent in their finances and other matters and to work together with other professionals to reach an agreed order.

Do I need an attorney to draft a contract? 

While many individuals and even companies attempt to draft contracts, it is often advisable to have legal counsel to draft and review contracts.  There are many legal ramifications to contracts that can affect the parties long after the contract is signed.