Areas of Practice
Sarah Springer is a family law attorney with extensive experience in all areas of family law as well as estate planning and probate. She has been in private practice most of her career, and spent 12 years on the bench serving as a family and probate judge in Mississippi.
She returned to Texas in 2007 after leaving the bench, and now manages her office in Katy, Texas, serving clients in Harris, Fort Bend, Waller, Wharton, and Austin counties. In addition to her law practice, Sarah offers mediation services for family law cases, and conducts mediations on a volunteer basis through the Fort Bend County Dispute Resolution Center.
Attorney Courtney Cherry attended college at Lehigh University and received her law degree at the University of Houston Law Center. While at U of H Courtney was a published member of the Energy & Environmental Law & Policy Journal and a student attorney in the Immigration Clinic. In addition, Courtney interned at the Harris County District Attorney’s Office, the Railroad Commission and a Houston area law firm.
Before practicing law, Courtney was both an elementary and high school teacher, through the prestigious Teach for America program. She sang throughout her childhood and college, and is a lover of international travel and culture. She lives in Katy, with her husband and young son. Her current practice focuses primarily on family law and immigration.
Rachel Hershkowitz Hopson concentrates her practice on estate planning, probate, trust and estate administration, probate litigation, and guardianship matters.
Ms. Hopson is experienced in estate planning matters including simple and tax-planned wills, general durable powers of attorney, medical powers of attorney, advanced medical directives, revocable living trusts, life insurance trusts, supplemental needs trusts, guardian designations, disposition arrangements, beneficiary designations on non-probate assets, pre-marital and post-marital agreements, partition agreements, real estate deeds, and various other related planning and property agreements.
Ms. Hopson’s probate practice includes the probate of wills, administration of estates, heirship proceedings, oil, gas and mineral interests, probate litigation, and guardianship proceedings (both minors and incapacitated persons).