attorney. Texas has an entire body of statutes codified as the “TEXAS FAMILY CODE” which governs most family-related legal matters in Texas. Some of the issues governed by the Family Code can be particularly nuanced. An attorney with litigation experience and attention to detail is essential to achieving your best result in a family dispute.
When the decision has been made for two people to divorce, that decision can have far-reaching and long lasting consequences on your family, personal, financial and legal well-being. Many times, divorces will require the distribution of assets, and analysis of the separate property of each spouse, and the community property of the marital estate.
In the event there are children of the marriage, the divorce proceeding will require the entry of an order addressing conservatorship (or custody) of the minor children of the marriage. Sometimes, two people who are unmarried need the Court’s assistance in determining custody of their children. Whether in the context of a divorce or not, child custody disputes can have life-altering effects, and the Court will always act in the best interests of the child(ren).
Needless to say, a divorce or custody matter needs the oversight of an experienced attorney. Mr. Klinck aims to provide efficient, cost-effective representation with a focus on dispute resolution. However, sometimes agreements cannot be reached and these matter become contested – meaning that a Court is left to decide the case. Mr. Klinck has extensive litigation experience and the knowledge to help guide you through each avenue of your divorce or child custody dispute.
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