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Attorney Scott Herlihy

Scott Herlihy received his undergraduate degree from Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas in 1992, and his J.D. cum laude from St. Mary’s University School of Law in San Antonio, Texas in 1997.

Scott Herlihy

While in law school, Scott was an Editor on the St. Mary’s Law Journal and a Staff Writer with honors. He also interned with the Supreme Court of Texas.

Scott is licensed in all Texas state and federal courts, and was selected as a “Rising Star” by Texas Monthly Magazine in 2005 and 2006, an honor bestowed upon less than 2.5% of attorneys under the age of 40. He is a member of the State Bar Family Law and Litigation Sections, the Travis County, Williamson County, and Hays County Bar Associations, the Austin Bar Association Family Law and Litigation Sections, and is an Austin Bar Foundation Fellow.

Scott handles a wide range of family law matters, both contested and uncontested, including divorces involving both large and complex estates as well as more modest asset and property divisions, modifications of Texas and out-of-state orders, custody disputes, establishment and enforcement of child support, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, paternity cases, and grandparents’ rights matters.

Scott makes himself highly available to his clients and takes the time to listen so that he understands all of their needs and concerns. He understands that dealing with the legal process can be difficult and stressful, so it is important to him that his clients have the utmost confidence and trust in him, are fully informed of all matters in their case, and are comfortable with their working relationship. His clients’ best interests are always paramount.

If you have a family law matter and require assistance and representation, call Scott to discuss your case and schedule a consultation.


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