DIVORCE AND FAMILY LAW
Divorce and Family Law section has extensive experience representing
contested and uncontested divorces. Our attorneys
also provide compassionate, effective counsel in other family matters,
- Pre and post-nuptial agreements,
- Child custody and support,
- Enforcement of decrees and child support,
- Modifications of child custody and support,
- Property divisions, and
- Grandparents' Rights
Recognizing the stakes of such personal cases, our attorneys strive to identify the most appropriate means of resolving family conflicts. Counsel is tailored to each client�s needs, and may include the assistance of attorneys specializing in mediation, tax and other disciplines as needed. Client information is carefully protected.
Counsel in the following related areas is also available:
Here are some frequently asked questions regarding divorce:
Q: Do both spouses need an attorney, or can one attorney represent the husband and the wife?
A: Both spouses do not need an attorney for a divorce. However, an attorney may only represent one spouse for a divorce.
Q: If we were never married, can we still have the court address issues relating to our children?
A: Yes. The court will still assist your children in developing a legal custody arrangement even if you were never married.
Q: What is collaborative law and how can it help me with my family law issues?
A: Collaborative law is a non-adversarial process for developing a legal parenting plan and/or resolving issues arising in a divorce. For more information, visit the website of The Collaborative Law Institute of Texas (www.collablawtexas.com).