How We Can Help

our circumstances and your family are unique. Your game plan in a divorce or family law case should be too. We offer professional legal help when you need it most.


We thoroughly evaluate your individual circumstances to recommend a settlement method that is right for you.

Family Law

If you are looking for assistance with family law issues in Texas, she is ready to help you find solutions tailored to your family’s concerns.

Child Custody

Every member of our team understands that the care of your child is your number one priority as a parent.

Child Support

We work with our clients to evaluate the actual financial needs of the children, and then advocate a child support amount that accurately balances the needs of the children with the financial abilities of the parents.

Adoption Law

We remain part of the adoption process from the moment you decide you want to adopt a child until you welcome her or him into your home.

Pre-Nuptial Agreements

We will create a binding legal document that is created between two people before marriage.

Post-Nuptial Agreements

We help you with your documents outlining the same information as a premarital agreement, but is contracted after the couple is wed.

Property Division

No matter the size of your estate, we will guide you through the asset division process in an efficient and informed manner to achieve a property division that meets the client’s future goals and needs.

Annulment Lawyer

Marriage is a special bond between two people who have made the decision to spend the rest of their lives together.

Domestic Abuse

Any person facing abuse at the hands of their spouse, partner, or family member needs immediate protection – both for themselves and their children.

Parental Alienation

Some parents engage in alienating their children against the other parent after a divorce.


A paternity action is a legal proceeding to establish the identity of a child’s father. Establishing paternity often requires genetic testing.


The enforcement of court orders is not as simple as going to the courthouse and stating your case

Collaborative Law

No matter how it happens, a divorce is never an easy thing to go through. It is especially difficult when spouses feel forced to fight just to protect themselves.


When it comes to your future after your divorce, you want to be in control. By taking your fight to court, a judge is going to have the final say.

Parental Relocation

In today’s world, people are moving around more than ever before. However, even with technology that allows people to remain in close contact, mostly Texas family courts feel that children deserve to have both parents personally involved in their lives.

Father Rights

Contact A Child Custody Attorney To Learn How To Protect Your Parent-Child Relationships

Grandparent Rights

While it is very difficult to obtain custody and grandparent visitation if you are not a direct biological parent, it is not impossible. Grandparents have rights to custody of children if certain extraordinary factors exist.

Special Needs Children

The court understands that children with special needs often require unique solutions in a divorce.

Divorce & Children Education

Most people want to do everything they can to provide for their children, ensuring that their children have access to the best possible education.

Significant Assets In A Divorce

The more assets you own, the more you have at risk in your divorce. People with significant assets, whether they are concerned with real property or investments, want a lawyer they can trust.

Military Divorce

While every family going through a divorce faces unique concerns, a military divorce presents an entirely different set of considerations.

Planning For Divorce

You do not have to go into divorce perplexed about what to expect, and you do not have to face life after your divorce unprepared.

Complex Property Division

If you are facing divorce and need legal advice regarding complex property division regarding business interests and other assets, then you need a lawyer who is experienced and knowledgeable in Texas family and civil law, as well as the Texas Constitution.

Hidden Assets

If you are going through a divorce, do not put on blinders. Make sure you understand everything about your family’s source of income and bank accounts.

Business Divorce

When a family starts a business, it requires a serious investment and commitment. If you are going through a divorce, you want to protect your own interests in the business and make sure you come up with a plan that works for all parties affected.

Division of Debt

In today’s tough economic times, the division of debt — from school loans and credit card debt to medical bills and back taxes — can be the most significant aspect of a property division settlement.

Spousal Support

Marriages, whether they last or not, usually involve a contribution of both parties. But because of this, two people who are ending their marriage to one another are not always on equal financial footing when they stand apart.