Divorces and custody cases can be very complicated and emotionally overwhelming. You need an attorney that knows the law and the court system, to guide you through the process and to protect your legal rights. Your soon-to-be ex-spouse is not looking out for your well being and neither is their attorney. You need your own attorney on your side.
If you try to handle your case without an attorney you could be making a huge mistake. Almost every day, we speak with people who’ve made the mistake of not hiring an attorney. Almost all of them have regrets about the decision.
The Parent Law Firm has handled hundreds of cases and is very familiar with the San Antonio Court System, local attorneys, and Judges. Contact us to discuss your case.
A divorce can involve many issues including jurisdiction, venue, fault or no-fault, fraud and/or reimbursement claims, spousal support, dividing debts and assets (including retirement with QDROs), transferring real estate and contractual alimony.
Issues pertaining to children include: establishing and challenging paternity, genetic testing, conservatorship, allocation of parental rights, primary custody, geographic restrictions, visitation, transportation, electronic communication, extracurricular activities, child support, health insurance and out of pocket expenses and claiming children for tax purposes.