Sara Prasatik is a respected Texas litigator known for her integrity and zealous representation of real estate, construction, and general business clients. Her unique repertoire of legal, legislative, and public policy experience allows her to assertively and successfully navigate the myriad issues that confront clients engaged in the business of buying, selling, holding, developing and managing real estate. Sara’s clients entrust her with their most challenging disputes, from initial intake, through trial and final resolution.
Sara focuses her practice on matters involving business partnership disputes; commercial real estate development, investment and lending issues; property management disagreements; property owners’ association tensions; controversial land-use restrictions; liens; and title and real property disputes. Oftentimes Sara’s matters require her to examine and address internal organizational and ownership issues.
Clients appreciate Sara’s thoughtful guidance and acute ability to manage new and uncharted litigation stressors. She leads clients through every step of the litigation process, as she identifies and pursues the outcome that will best fit their short- and long-term business goals. Sara’s passionate spirit of advocacy stems from her belief that litigation can be a strategic tool to leverage and protect client interests.
Before joining Wilson Cribbs + Goren, Sara litigated real estate and construction matters at a small Houston-based law firm. During her first year of practice, she served as judicial clerk to the Honorable Harvey Brown at the Texas First Court of Appeals. Before embarking on a career in law, Sara focused on public policy as a legislative assistant for a U.S. Senator in Washington, D.C., serving as lead advisor on international trade, agriculture, and nutrition policies. She was also a policy advocate for a Washington, D.C.-based international trade organization and a closely held technology company in Houston.
Sara is an active supporter of Greater-Houston Area Young Life and Young Lives student ministries.
- Business Litigation
- B.A., The George Washington University, 2003
- M. Div., Princeton Theological Seminary, 2009
- J.D., University of Houston Law Center, 2013.
- Editor in Chief, Houston Journal of International Law
- Mary Hardin Hoffman Scholarship Recipient
- Public Interest Law Fellow
+Certifications and Licenses
- State Bar of Texas
- U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas
- Houston Bar Association
- Real Estate Section
- Litigation Section
- Active supporter of Greater-Houston Area Young Life and Young Lives student ministries
- The Honorable Harvey G. Brown, Texas First Court of Appeals, 2013-2014