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Sarah E. Robbins

Senior Litigator
  • Profile

Sarah E. Robbins was born and raised in Colorado where she graduated from the University of Colorado with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Psychology and a minor in communications. After a visit to her uncle’s law office at the age of six, Sarah decided to follow in her uncle’s footsteps and become a lawyer. Driven by her desire to make a real difference in the lives of people and to become the next attorney in her family, Sarah moved to Texas in 2010 to attend law school at Texas Wesleyan University School of Law in Fort Worth.

While in law school, Sarah served as the President of the Family Law Student Association. During this time, she oversaw the Annual Domestic Violence Awareness Luncheon and organized the first ever Angel Tree benefitting the children of Safe Haven of Tarrant County. Sarah also interned for two years at a family law firm where she obtained the necessary skills to effectively practice family law right out of law school.

Sarah’s devotion to family law is brought by her passion to help people in the most difficult times of their lives. Sarah’s experience in cases involving child protective services and her experience as an attorney ad litem and amicus attorney has lead her to be a well-rounded asset to the team. This breadth of experience gives Sarah the ability to gauge the circumstances of a case and develop a successful strategy towards a resolution for her clients.

In her spare time, Sarah volunteers with Our Father’s Children, a non-profit providing weekend retreats to child victims of abuse or neglect. Sarah also enjoys cooking, reading true-crime books, and spending time with her children and family.

Honors & Awards

  • Fort Worth Magazine Top Attorney, 2018- 2022

Areas of Practice

Family Law
  • Divorce
    • Uncontested Divorce
    • Complex Divorce
    • High-Asset Divorce
    • Property Division
    • Spousal Maintenance
    • Military Divorce
    • Divorce Temporary Orders
    • Divorce Temporary Restraining Order
    • Retirement division
  • Child Custody
    • Visitation, Possession and Access
      1. Custody Temporary Restraining Order
      2. Relocation
      3. Police/Fire Service Member Creative Possession and Access
      4. Military Member Possession and Access
    • Custody Temporary Orders
    • Child Support
    • Modifications
  • Paternity
    • Established Paternity
    • Name Change of Child
    • DNA Testing
  • Grandparents Rights
  • Termination and Adoptions
  • Protective Orders
  • Enforcements
    1. Child Support
    2. Possession and Access
    3. Property Division
  • CPS
    1. Saftey Plan
    2. Removal of Child
  • Mediation
  • Final Trials

Litigation Percentage

  • 100%

Bar Admissions

  • Texas, 2013


  • Texas Wesleyan University School of Law – Juris Doctorate 2013
  • University of Colorado – Bachelor of Arts in Psychology 2008

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • American Bar Association
  • State Bar of Texas
  • Tarrant County Family Law Bar Association
  • Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honor Society


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