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Family law includes more than only contentious divorce matters

Family matters vary greatly from one case to another. The thing that they all have in common is that they are very emotional matters. We understand that your family is very important to you, so we will help you find solutions to your family law matters.

When most people hear about family law, they automatically think about divorce. This is a natural association that is easy to understand. While divorce does make up a big part of family law cases, it is far from the only situation that we deal with in this part of a practice.

Child custody and child support are another big part of a family law practice. These don't always have to involve a divorce. In many cases, unmarried parents are dealing with these issues. We understand the intricacies of child custody cases and can work with you to try to find a compromise that you and your ex will agree to so that the matters can be resolved.

Grandparents' rights are sometimes present in family law cases. We can provide you with information about the laws that pertain to this matter in Texas. Once you know that information, we can help you formulate a plan for your case, no matter which side of the matter you are on.

Adoptions are another type of family law cases. As you can imagine, the final outcome of these cases is joyful. Many people don't understand the stress that can occur during the process or the work that can go into these cases. We are here to help you walk through the adoption process by explaining to you what is likely going to happen and working with you to address any issue that comes up.

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