01. Family Law
Personalized Family Law Representation
Ideally, one could go through life without ever requiring legal representation. However, the reality is conflicts happen, and when they happen to a family, the emotions can feel overwhelming. Divorce is often devastating and sometimes a necessity. That is why it is important to get help from a lawyer who can help guide you through these turbulent times and who will work with you as you embark on a new chapter in your life. If there is family violence, addiction, and/or mental illness involved, I have extensive training and experience in those areas.
I am committed to helping people resolve even the most contentious family law disputes in the most effective and efficient way possible. I will work hard to help keep the negativity to a minimum while attempting to get all parties to agree on a resolution that everyone can live with, especially your children. To schedule an initial consultation at my law office in McKinney, call 972-529-5707.
Skilled Help For All Family Legal Issues
I help people who are facing any type of family law problems, including:
Divorce proceedings: From simple, uncontested divorce cases to matters involving significant assets, I will ensure that your interests are protected while doing everything I can to help you achieve an amicable divorce.
Child custody and visitation: Issues surrounding custody are some of the most contentious aspects of any divorce case. I will help you identify your goals and let you know what your options are while working to reach an agreement that is in the best interests of your children.
Post-divorce modifications: When a divorce decree is finalized, most terms cannot be modified. However, Texas law recognizes that when a person's life has substantially changed, it may be necessary to make adjustments to matters concerning child support and child custody.
I also handle a wide range of other family law issues, including property division, child support collection and enforcement when the other party did not adhere to the court order.