Our law firm was established in March of 1998 in downtown Taylor, Texas. In August 2010, the firm relocated to Cedar Park, Texas. Prior to starting the firm, Ms. Sanders Webster worked for the State of Texas for nine years in the Office of the Attorney General in the Child Support and General Counsel Divisions. Our firm has represented clients in several counties around the state in a variety of different areas: family law, including divorce, custody, child support, property division, adoption, CPS (Child Protective Services) cases, grandparents' rights, juvenile law, criminal law, (felonies and misdemeanors) estate planning, including wills and probate.
Additionally, Sharon Sanders Webster has been a certified mediator since 1998, providing mediation services in family law matters.
The firm employs a legal secretary and a skilled paralegal, Sandra Guel, who is fluent in Spanish. She has worked for the firm for the past 18 years in that capacity. Ms. Sanders Webster and her staff have a strong work ethic and they are committed to treating you with compassion and dignity.
Our fees are affordable and payment plans are available. We also offer flexible office hours to work around your busy schedule. We strive to make sure that your hard-earned money is used in the most cost-effective way possible, while still producing quality results. Whether your best option to resolve your legal problem is to seek mediation, negotiate a settlement, or aggressively pursue your interests at trial, contact the Law Office of Sharon Sanders Webster. We can be reached by telephone (512) 219-1529, to schedule a consultation.
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Attorney Sharon Webster was hired to do a relocation trial between my ex-wife and I. She from the GET GO was demanding a $5k retainer. Long story short, she kept demandin...Read more
Attorney Sharon Webster was hired to do a relocation trial between my ex-wife and I. She from the GET GO was demanding a $5k retainer. Long story short, she kept demanding more and more money ( In the end, I spent over $38k!!!) and she ended up LOSING my relocation trial and my ex got to move with my kid.Read less