For many people who are dealing with a family legal issue, this is their first encounter with the Texas court system. Whether this is the case or not, navigating the legal system alone can be very stressful, complicated, and confusing and often leads to poor results, which would be difficult to fix or undo. Quite often, individuals who attempt to represent themselves, known as Pro Se litigants, are told by a judge that they should hire counsel since the court and its staff members are not allowed to give legal advice.
Family-related legal issues are very personal and generally involve numerous issues and complex fact patterns. No two cases are exactly alike. Many new clients are not fully aware of the extent and impact that their legal decisions can have on their life going forward, and that’s where we come in. We take a very personal approach to guiding our clients toward the best solution available for them regarding their specific needs. With more than 50 years of combined experience in dealing with both legal and political family law issues in three different states, our team has basically seen it all.
We will always provide you with an honest assessment of your case facts and let you decide how to proceed based on the options that we present to you. In effect, we take on each new client to work with us as part of our team to help them understand the facts involved and how they intersect with the Texas Family Code, case law decisions, and how local judges tend to rule on such fact patterns. We know that it is vitally important that our clients understand the various strategies which we will employ to arrive at their desired results.