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We believe in providing you with an honest assessment and passionate advocacy.
We always strive to resolve your dispute quickly and cooperatively. We are here to listen carefully to your story and learn your unique goals to determine the best strategy to resolve your conflict.
Neil has been licensed since 1997, when he graduated from The University of Texas School of Law. Prior to law school, Mr. Beyer received a degree in Mechanical Engineering, in 1994, Magna Cum Laude, also from The University of Texas.
Neil is Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Beyer Family Law opened on July 1, 2001, and since that time Neil has focused exclusively on family law. Prior to opening his own firm, Neil worked as a staff attorney for the 200th District Court where he worked with Judge Paul Davis (retired) and Neil learned about divorce and family law cases as well as the litigation process from the court's perspective. Thereafter, Neil joined the firm of Clark, Thomas and Winters as an associate until he opened his own firm. Neil Beyer is a board certified attorney, voted a Super Lawyer® in 2020, was a rising star in 2005, and is one of the longest serving/established divorce attorneys in Austin and surrounding counties.
Betsy has a passion for family law and began her career as a family law paralegal in 2016. She began working for Beyer Family Law in January, 2018.
Prior to that she has been a designer for a home developer and also staged houses. She still consults as a designer on occasion.
She obtained her Bachelor in Business Administration in International Trade from Midwestern State University.
In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her two children and her friends. Creativity and design is her passion.
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