Texas Family Law

Texas Family Law

Our comprehensive family law services include the resolution of divorces through litigation, divorce mediation or collaborative law, depending on the specific details of your case.

We can take on all matters related to Divorce Practice or dissolution of a common law marriage, including:

  • Child custody and modification
  • Child visitation and modification
  • Relocation
  • Parental alienation
  • Child support and modification
  • Spousal maintenance, alimony and modification
  • High net worth divorce
  • Professional practices in divorce, including doctors, lawyers and accountants

Our attorneys are uniquely equipped to take on the most complicated issues involving property division/division of marital assets, such as:

  • Division of real estate and stock options
  • Division of retirement funds and pensions
  • Marital fraud and hidden assets
  • Reconstitution of the Marital Estate
  • Asset valuation
  • Business division

You can also turn to our lawyers to help with all other family law matters, including:

  • Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
  • Paternity
  • Domestic abuse
  • Grandparent and stepparent rights
  • Wills

We are committed to aggressively and efficiently advocating for your rights . We customize our representation to the needs of your case. Throughout the process, we will keep you involved. We will provide honest information about the progress of your case and strive to achieve the best possible outcome.

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