Our objective in every case is to understand the unique circumstances that have led the client to our office in the first place.
No two family law cases are the same, and it is so important that a family law attorney take the time to really know all the relevant facts, inside and out. Ultimately, success in family court hinges on how well the lawyer knows the specifics of the case as they develop a strategy with the greatest impact which requires a combination of empathy and compassion on the attorney's part. A lawyer who seeks to understand the client's situation first, will only then be able to develop a strategy with the highest probability of success.
We also understand that in many cases, especially when the other party has initiated the lawsuit with that the client hasn't had the luxury of preparing financially to the same degree as the other party, who had had many months to get their "ducks in a row" before initiating the litigation.
With that being said, we offer a wide range of payment arranges tailored to the financial resources of each individual client.
Clients contacting a family attorney are typically doing so at one of the most difficult and vulnerable times they may ever experience. There is nothing more fulfilling than to see the transformation and empowerment of the client as the process moves toward a final resolution.
He was very professional and asked pertinent questions to help find answers to my question and issue.
I really appreciated the personal attention I received on my case. I've worked with other attorneys in the past on matters involving my kids, and none of them took the time to learn about what was actually going on. He explained the process and the strategy and then executed exactly the way he said he would. I will recommend him to everyone I know with a family law issue.
In addition to my law degree, I also graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in Finance. I have found this to be particularly useful in dealing with many family law matters, particularly diivorces involving high net-worth individuals, as well as complex child support issues.