Brooke Irey

Long before entering law school, Brooke Irey knew she wanted to be a lawyer (2nd grade, in fact). Her zeal for helping people and her ability to guide clients during difficult situations makes her the ideal lawyer to assist clients in any matter.

Brooke started her career in Houston before making her way back to the San Antonio area where she practices both locally and in the surrounding counties. Her practice consists primarily of family law matters, from the simplest of divorces to the most complex child custody battles.

Brooke has also helped many families with reaching their goal of becoming parents through the drafting of gestational agreements.

Brooke is a certified mediator, and while she realizes that there are some situations that cannot be settled, she always looks for the path that will cause her clients the least pain while reaching their goal. Mediation is an alternative dispute tool frequently used, but Brooke also has experience with collaborative divorce, and arbitration.

In addition to family law, Brooke also assists clients with the preparation of wills, powers of attorney (durable and medical), directives to physicians and guardian declarations, probate, heirship proceedings and establishing guardianships.

Practice Areas

Family Law

  • Divorce – Contested and Uncontested, including property tracing and transfers
  • Child Custody – conservatorship, possession and access, visitation, standard and customized, right of first refusal
  • Child Support – Establishment, Increases, Decreases
  • Modifications – support, conservatorship, possession and access, visitation
  • Enforcement – child support, possession, visitation, property agreements
  • Grandparent Access
  • Child Protective Service (CPS)
  • Adoptions
  • Gestational Agreements
  • Parental Terminations
  • Post or Pre Marital Agreements (Pre-nups)
  • Spousal Maintenance (“Alimony”)

Estate Planning, Probate and Guardianships

  • Wills
  • Durable Powers of Attorney
  • Medical Power of Attorney
  • HIPAA Authorizations
  • Directive to Physicians
  • Declaration of Guardian
  • Transfer on Death Deeds
  • Probate of Wills – contested and uncontested
  • Heirship proceedings – Affidavits of heirship, Family tracing
  • Guardianship – children and adults
  • Licensed State Bar of Texas – 2007
  • South Texas College of Law – May 2007
  • Texas Christian University (TCU) – May 2004
               B.A. Political Science
Legal and Community Involvement
  • State Bar of Texas
               Family Law Section
               Real Estate, Probate, and Trust Law Section
  • San Antonio Bar Association
               Family Law Section
               Past Board Member
  • Texas Family Law Foundation
  • Texas Bar College
  • TCU Alumni Board – San Antonio Chapter
              Past Vice-President
              Past Young Adults Liaison
  • ACTS Missions
              Past Secretary
              Past Board Member
  • San Antonio Livestock Exposition (SA Rodeo)
              Hall of Fame Committee
  • San Antonio Council on Alcohol and Drug Awareness
              Past Board Member
  • Texas Super Lawyers Rising Star 2019-2020