Amy Harris received her law license from the State Bar of Texas in 2003, and became board certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in 2011.  She practices exclusively in the area of family law and has since she first obtained her license.

Amy is a member of the state bar association, the local bar associations and is frequently appointed by numerous courts to serve as an AMICUS attorney to provide assistance to the Court in determining the best interest of children.

Early in her career, Amy had the most fortunate opportunities to work with and be mentored by some of the most successful and well respected attorneys in this area of practice.  The experiences provided her with the skills, knowledge, and confidence to establish herself in the community and amongst her peers.

In addition to her successes as a lawyer, Amy possesses the compassion and patience necessary to provide the best legal advice and counsel to her clients.  She has a knack for accurately assessing a case, and determining the most efficient course of action for a client and their case.

Amy has worked with clients having few or uncomplicated issues, to those clients having complex or high conflict issues.  She is a zealous advocate for each and every client, and devotes the time and personal attention…..

While representing clients in litigation before the trial court is an important part of her practice, Ms. Harris also handles appellate matters in the trial court, courts of appeals and Texas Supreme Court. Lawyers frequently consult with Ms. Harris on their litigation cases about specialized legal issues requiring particularized attention both at the trial court and appellate levels. This gives her a unique perspective and depth of perception that benefits both her litigation


In order to best prepare yourself for whatever comes your way during the divorce process, it is vital that you have a qualified divorce attorney by your side.

Child Custody

Amy Harris, PLLC. has handled numerous cases involving child custody and will combine compassionate service with relentless representation.

Asset & Debt Division

One of the most contentious issues in divorces is often how shared assets are divided.

Child Support

Parents have a responsibility to provide for their child’s financial needs, even if their marriage or relationship has ended.

Alimony/ Spousal Support

When couples divorce in Texas, there is no automatic presumption under Texas state law that either party will walk away from the situation with an order to pay or receive alimony.

Grandparents’ Rights

Parents are not the only ones with rights to custody and visitation when they obtain a divorce. 


We can help you obtain a modification of your divorce order so that you can move on with your life.


Fathers play an important role in the lives of children.  Protect your rights.