Nothing is more important than protecting the connection with your child when family relationships become difficult or dissolve. This is typically the time that children need you the most, but you are likely overwhelmed with legal issues and important life changing decisions.

Every family situation is unique, and you will have concerns about your rights, obligations, and the issue of enforceability. We will be able to address and assist you with your options and rights, and help you navigate the complex legal process so you can focus on your children.

It’s normal to have lots of questions and a lot of anxiety about the future for you and your family. We have the answers and are here to help you throughout the process.

The process will vary depending on whether a divorce is involved, and if the divorce is contested or uncontested. If there is no divorce, you’ll begin custody proceedings by filing a Suit Affecting the Parent-Child Relationship (SAPCR). Whichever process, they will likely include collecting medical, employment, and financial records, as well as other records applicable to your case.

The custody determination process is designed to protect the best interest of the children involved. Developing a parenting plan will be crucial for effective co-parenting. We can facilitate cooperation and assist you in creating an agreement that is focused on your child’s well-being.

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Williamson Family Law
12222 Merit Drive, SUITE 1200
Dallas, Texas 75251
+1 214.550.0059

Divorce, Child Custody, Complex Property Division, Paternity
and Modifications

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