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About The Eggleston Law Firm

The Eggleston Law Firm, PC, was founded by the husband-and-wife team of Bryan and Janice Eggleston. The pair met at the Texas A&M School of Law, formerly Texas Wesleyan School of Law, in Fort Worth, Texas.

The two were involved in the school’s Innocence Project, which examined actual innocence claims and post-conviction litigation actions. Together, they are parents to two sons.

Bryan and Janice have focused their law firm on family law issues as they are aware of how complex — and often conflict-laden — divorce can be. Both attorneys have years of experience representing clients in negotiated and litigated divorce cases.

They are capable of handling high-stakes custody and property division issues and understand the importance of crafting divorce agreements that benefit each spouse, and most importantly, their children.

Both lawyers at our Eggleston law firm in Austin are members of the State Bar of Texas, as well as the Williamson County Bar Association and the Family Section of the Travis County Bar.


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Our Goal — Helping Real People Solve Their Real Legal Problems

It is possible to approach a divorce without a lawyer’s help, but there are numerous places where couples can disagree, and the emotional conflict that follows can make hammering out a settlement difficult.

Our attorneys handle difficult family law matters every day, including:

  • Property division conflicts
  • Spousal and child support calculations
  • Child custody questions
  • Post-decree enforcements and modifications


You Are At The Center Of Our Family Law Practice

At our Law firm, our goal is 100 percent client satisfaction. We keep each client informed of their options at each stage of their divorce.

We can schedule appointments during evenings and weekends for your convenience, as well as arrange meetings at locations close to your work or home.

When we first meet, we will review your case and discuss your goals and values, and get started designing a solution that will support you and your children’s future.


How We Started

The Eggleston Law Firm, PC, was founded by the husband-and-wife team of Bryan and Janice Eggleston.

Our Principle

At our  law firm, our goal is 100 percent client satisfaction. We keep each client informed of their options.

Who We Represent

We serve clients in Travis and Williamson counties, as well as others throughout Central Texas.


Every couple gets married with the best intentions, but unfortunately, the reality is that the world has a way of coming between people.

The decision to get divorced is never easy to make. Many people struggle for months or even years before coming to the realization that divorce is the right step to take.

Child Custody

Child custody is often the most intense and emotional issue that couples face during the divorce process. In Texas, the court system prefers that couples work together to create a proposed custody arrangement.

However, if parents are unable to come to an agreement, the law mandates that the court determines custody based on what is believed to be in the best interests of the child.

Child Support

When you were married to your spouse, you most likely both contributed to your children’s well-being and support. That responsibility does not end when your marriage does.

Under Texas law, the non-custodial parent (the parent who is not the primary caregiver after the divorce) is obligated to pay child support to the custodial parent until their child reaches age 18 or graduates from high school.

The attorneys of the Eggleston Law Firm, PC, the best divorce firm in Austin, can provide lawyers experienced in family law matters who can guide you through establishing or modifying a child support order approved by the court.

Post-Divorce Modifications And Enforcements

Whether a divorce is highly conflict or relatively friendly, the decree issued when the process is final may not signal the end of your need for a family law attorney.

Both parents are expected to abide by the agreement and not stray from the conditions laid out within it.

But post-divorce modifications and enforcements allow the agreements between the ex-spouses to change lawfully and protect any children involved.