Sarah Anne Lishman is a tenacious and creative attorney, practicing divorce and family law.

Sarah Anne handles all types of family law matters, including divorce, child custody, modification, and enforcement.  She is also a credentialed mediator, and has ample experience handling appeals in the Fourth Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of Texas.  She practices in San Antonio, Boerne, and the Texas Hill Country.

Divorce

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The decision to end your marriage can be one of the most difficult choices you will ever make.  Whether you've decided divorce is necessary, or are still contemplating whether it's time, Sarah Anne is ready to help you understand the legal process, your options, and your rights.

Child Custody

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Sarah Anne knows that there is nothing more important to her clients than their children in divorce and family law cases.  She has ample experience handling child custody matters of all sorts, whether you need an original order, or you need to modify or enforce an existing order.

Mediation

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Sarah Anne strongly believes in alternate dispute resolution in divorce and family law matters, especially when children are involved.  She is a credentialed mediator, ready to help parties come up with creative solutions to give them closure and peace of mind, even in complex family law cases.

Adoption

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Adoption is special way to make a family.  Sarah Anne takes a lot of joy from adoption cases, when the parent-child relationship is recognized formally.

Appeals

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Appeals are perhaps Sarah Anne's favorite type of case, because they are challenging and because the appellate decision can actually help shape the jurisprudence for future family law cases.

Same-Sex and Transgender Parents

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 If you are a transgender person or a same-sex parent who does not have a genetic tie to your child, the state of the law in Texas leaves you particularly vulnerable.  Consulting with an attorney experienced in these unique and complex issues is crucial.  Sarah Anne advocates for equal protection under the law for all parents who have shown themselves to be fit, regardless of gender identity or sexual orientation, and is ready to consult with you about your case.