Brandea Bidelspach



Brandea Bidelspach is an Associate Attorney in the Family Law practice. Brandea has experience in seeing clients through complex divorce and custody litigation. She is sensitive to the stress placed on families during litigation and works hard to provide guidance and stability in uneasy times whether that be through zealous advocacy in the courtroom or through alternative dispute resolution. Brandea knows that there are no one-size-fits-all solutions when it comes to a family, and she strives to find practical and individual solutions for her clients.

Representative Matters

  • Obtained ex parte restraining order and secured favorable temporary orders ruling from Associate Judge Moore of the 256th Judicial District Court of Dallas County.
  • Defended against temporary restraining order, and successfully argued an Oral Motion to Deny Hearing at temporary orders for failure to comply with the requirements of Texas Family Code §156.006 in front of Associate Judge Moore of the 256th Judicial District Court of Dallas County.
  • Argued and won Motion to Dissolve Temporary Restraining Order and Motion to Enter Agreed Final Decree of Divorce in front of Judge Edgeworth of the 219th Judicial District Court of Collin County.
  • Successfully contested a Motion for Genetic Testing before Judge Roach of the 296th Judicial Court of Collin County.
  • Succeeded in disproving an informal marriage, and adjudicating parentage at final trial in front of Judge Fallon of the 15th Judicial District Court of Grayson County.
  • Secured 50/50 access and possession, and exclusive use and possession of the marital residence for a Father at temporary orders in front of Judge Hockett, sitting in for Judge Wheless of the 417th Judicial District Court of Collin County.
  • Obtained an ex parte Temporary Restraining Order and later temporary injunctions for a grandparent seeking custody in front of Judge Willis of the 429th Judicial District of Collin County.
  • Represented Mother in a contested 14-day hearing and prevailed in proving the department failed to meet its burden under § 262.201 of the Texas Family Code, the child was returned home the same day. Hearing held before Judge Wheless of the 417th Judicial District Court of Collin County, Texas.
  • Successfully obtained a fault-based divorce on the ground of Cruelty for a Mother in the 256th Judicial District Court of Dallas County before Judge Lopez.


  • J.D., SMU Dedman School of Law, 2019
    • Dean’s Scholarship Recipient
    • International Law Review, Staff Editor
    • Women in Law, member
  • B.A., University of Arizona, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2016
    • Mortar Board Senior Honor Society
    • Arizona Ambassadors
    • Chi Omega Fraternity


  • State Bar of Texas, 2019


  • State Bar of Texas
  • Collin County Bar Association
  • Dallas  Bar Association
  • Curt B. Henderson American Inn of Court
  • Texas Bar College