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Houston Collaborative Law Attorney

Most family law issues are highly emotionally charged. Though many individuals choose to resolve divorce and other family law issues in court, there are alternatives that allow you to have more say in the end result of your case.

At the law office of Regan Armstrong & Associates PLLC, we help our Cy-Fair and Houston, Texas, clients address their family law issues as efficiently and effectively as possible. When clients wish to handle their family law matters outside of the courtroom, our lawyers help them use a cooperative approach to handle their divorce and related issues.

Collaborative law is an up-and-coming area of the law that is best handled by experienced collaborative law attorneys. Collaborative divorce is a dispute resolution process through which an agreement is reached through dignified compromise and negotiation between the parties. Throughout the collaborative process, the spouses and their attorneys agree to resolve all issues of their divorce together without any controversial and emotionally-charged court proceedings. The decisions made and agreements created are designed to be realistic and considerate of the entire family.

Both husband and wife contribute ideas and suggestions throughout the process of establishing agreements that resolve disagreements over issues such as:

  • Divorce
  • Child support
  • Child custody
  • Alimony (spousal support)
  • Property division

You do not have to face your family law issues alone. To learn more about collaborative law, mediation or how a divorce lawyer at our office may be able to help you, contact us today. For your convenience, we offer low cost initial consultations, and evening appointments by request.

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