Melanie Dawn Bragg

I am honored to get to help people resolve their legal problems and to help make people’s lives better as a result of getting a nasty situation behind them. My mediation skills are constantly expanding as we attempt to provide amicable solutions to complex cases. Knowing I have helped my clients really makes me happy and I continually strive to improve myself and enhance my skills to better prepare me to do good work for my clients.

In my spare time I write and read. I love to write fiction and non-fiction. I do a lot of public speaking to writers groups and business. I can use all the amazing life experiences I have to create programs. It is exciting for me to do public speaking and I love my work with the National Speakers Association and the National Speakers Association Houston.

I also serve on the Children at Risk Law & Public Policy Board and love to be involved with a group who works so hard to help children in Texas.

Our Philosophy

Bragg Law PC – From the inception of her practice in 1983, Melanie Bragg has believed in preventative legal practice. Having a good lawyer prepare and review your documents will always save you time and money in the long run. Oftentimes people only retain a lawyer after everything they did without counsel goes wrong. Melanie Bragg will work hard to obtain the best solution for your legal problem.

Our Practice Now

Bragg Law PC is a general civil practice. Melanie Bragg practices mediation, arbitration, probate, guardianships, small business work including business entity formation, real estate, employment law, and securities arbitration

Our History

Melanie Bragg obtained her Bachelors of Science from the University of Texas at Austin with Honors in 1978 and her Juris Doctorate at the University of Houston Law Center in 1982. After serving a year as a Briefing Attorney for the 14th Court of Appeals in Houston, Texas, Melanie started her own law practice. She worked in the civil, criminal, probate and family courts. Melanie is often appointed by the district and county judges to represent minor children, incapacitated elderly or mentally ill people. In addition she is appointed mediator in a variety of disputes which gives her a unique background in the law as a whole.