Arlington Divorce Attorneys

When facing a divorce or related legal matter that is rife with emotional elements, you feel isolated and alone. You need an attorney who will not only dedicate his or her resources to resolving your problem, but also keep you informed.

Experience Matters in Determining the Best Outcome for You and Your Family

Making important, life-changing decisions is difficult when you are facing the end of your marriage. Our job is to guide you through the process and protect your rights. We also focus on the best interests of your children, particularly in child support and custody cases. Additional areas of our divorce practice include:

  • Visitation and placement
  • Alimony/spousal support
  • Marital property division
  • Contempt and enforcement proceedings
  • Post-judgment modifications

At Your Side Until Your Divorce Is Finalized

Our attorneys will meet with you to determine what your immediate family law needs are currently. Perhaps you have heard about the relatively new option to consider in pursuing a divorce in Texas known as collaborative law. Collaborative law is a legal process that permits divorcing parties to maintain a civilized and respectful relationship while ending their marriage. Collaborative law permits the parties, as opposed to a judge, to decide on division of property, custody of children, including visitation rights and child support matters related thereto. Collaborative law permits the parties to control their own divorce process and the outcome.

If collaborative law is not for you and litigating your family law matter in court is necessary, our attorneys are experienced in family law litigation. Our attorneys will fight aggressively for our clients' interests. We use mediation to help settle some or all of the issues in our client's case while minimizing the financial and emotional impact of divorce as much as possible. Our attorneys will inform each client on his or her rights and options, so that the client is better able to make informed decisions while going through the family law process.

While we see value in mediation and collaborative law, we also understand that many divorce-related disputes can only be resolved through trial litigation. We pride ourselves on being respected trial attorneys who will fight for our clients in the courtroom.

Contact Us

For more information or to schedule an initial consultation with one of our Tarrant County attorneys, contact us via e-mail or call our office at 817-422-5530. We are conveniently located between Dallas and Fort Worth, off of I-30 at the intersection of Cooper and Abram, near the University of Texas at Arlington.

We accept all major credit cards.