Location: Corsicana, Texas
Email: Email Me
Sarah Clower Keathley has committed her career to helping her clients and advocating their positions, and fighting for justice.
Sarah received her Juris Doctor degree from St. Mary’s University School of Law in May of 1994, and was licensed by the Supreme Court of Texas to practice law in November of 1994.
Sarah founded Keathley & Keathley Law Firm in 1999, after working for the State of Texas, a Dallas family law firm, and working in a private law firm in Navarro County for 3 years. She has handled civil litigation, criminal litigation, family law cases, drafting wills, assisting with estate planning matters, handling probate matters, real estate matters, and personal injury cases, and is serving again as President of the Navarro County Bar Association. Sarah is married to her law partner, Steve Keathley, and they have 2 children.
All of her life experiences and family values are encompassed into her law practice. She emphasizes being part of the solution to her clients’ problems instead of becoming part of the problem.
Sarah is a Texas TMCA Certified Mediator. She has been trained, demonstrated proficiency, and has participated at a number of actual mediations.
Areas of Practice
- 60% Family Law
- Civil Litigation
- Probate/Estate Planning
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
- Real Estate
- Mediation & Collaborative Law
- Criminal Litigation
- Personal Injury
- Criminal Federal Law
- Drug Violations
- Traffic Violations
- Child Custody
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
75% of Practice Devoted to Litigation
St. Mary’s University School of Law, San Antonio, Texas
J.D. – May, 1994
Honors: Secretary, Student Bar Association
Honors: Mock Trial Team
University of Texas, Austin, Texas
Honors and Awards
Texas Rising Star, 2008; a Thomson Reuters Service
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Navarro County Bar Association, President
- State Bar of Texas, 1994
- College of State Bar of Texas
- Texas Bar Foundation
- NCBA, President
- State Bar of Texas, Board Of Directors
Pro Bono Activities
Probono College of the SBOT, 2013