For more than a decade, Becca has been exclusively practicing family law. Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, she possesses the expert knowledge required to handle all kinds of family law cases including divorces, property enforcements, custody matters, child support, pre-nuptial agreements, post-nuptial agreements, and protective orders. Her goal is to help her clients obtain favorable results while also protecting their rights and interests. Trained in family law litigation and collaborative law, Becca is also a trained family law mediator.

Becca has been named on the Texas Rising Stars® list by the Texas Monthly Magazine, an honor that recognizes the up-and-coming attorneys in Texas. Less than 5% of Texas attorneys receive this honor each year. Her determination and passionate advocacy has led to numerous successful results over the years. Well-versed in all family law matters, she helps her clients understand the options that are available to them before taking action.

Becca is active in the legal community. She has lectured on several family law issues and is an active member of the Texas Academy of Family Law Specialist, Collaborative Law Institute of Texas, College of the State Bar of Texas, and the Texas Family Law Foundation. She is also an active member of the State Bar of Texas Family Law Section and the Austin Bar Association Family Law Section. We are proud to have Becca on our team of Austin divorce lawyers that believes in delivering top-notch legal services to each client we have the privilege to represent.


  • Baylor School University School of Law
  • Baylor University, B.A. History

Licenses, Certifications & Bar Admissions

  • Board Certified – Family Law, Texas Board of Legal Specialization,

My ultimate aim is to help clients resolve their differences in an amicable and efficient manner.

News & Resources

Collaborative Divorce

Collaborative divorce isn’t the same as amicable or uncontested divorce.  Simply put, collaborative divorce allows spouses to work out their own settlement, through their attorneys, without the supervision, delays or constraints associated with going to court.

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