We handle the following family law issues:
- Child Support
- Child Custody and Visitation
- Attorney General Proceedings
- Designation of Guardianship of Minor Children
- Modification Proceedings Post-Divorce
- Paternity Suits
Steps You Should Take when Contemplating a Divorce
1. Are You Certain?
Once you have decided that your marriage is irreparably broken, you need to make a plan for you and any minor children. This includes accumulating documentation of your family finances including past tax returns for at least three years, recent pay stub for you and your spouse, regular bills such as your mortgage, and statements of your bank and/or retirement accounts. If you have young children, keep in mind that this process will be traumatic for them as well and to the extent possible, try to preserve their normal routines during the transitioning period.
2. Contact An Attorney
This is your initial contact and your opportunity to make an appointment with an Attorney to obtain an explanation of the law and a brief advisory session on your case. It is in your best interest to interview several attorneys if possible - you are interviewing attorneys to hire and you should make an informed decision before choosing which attorney will work the best for you. The attorney who represented your friend or family member may be a great attorney but not the attorney for you.
3. Hire An Attorney
Once you have interviewed attorneys, choose the attorney you feel will be the best fit for you. If you choose one of our attorneys, you will be asked to sign a contract hiring our firm and to pay a retainer amount. This retainer will be discussed with you in your initial consultation interview.
Please contact our office for an appointment so that we can meet you and discuss your case.
1024 S. Greenville Ave.,
Allen, Texas 75002