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The legal practice of family law is as unique as the families our attorneys serve. American families come in many shapes and sizes. When you run into difficulties, you need a representative who can deliver creative solutions that help you move forward with your life.
At the Ted Smith Law Group, PLLC, our family law practice focuses on legal matters including divorce, custody and visitation, child support, spousal support, and adoption. Every state approaches family matters differently. Whether you’ve only lived in Texas for a short while or you’ve lived here your entire life, our attorneys are ready to guide you through the legal system.
Why Ted Smith Law Group, PLLC is different
Family law is a particularly delicate category of legal work that requires not only legal expertise, but also compassion and support. Strong emotions often play a role in these cases, and outcomes can help families build bridges or burn them. Our attorneys understand the implications of every legal case, beyond obtaining legal reconciliation. Your dedicated attorney will help you understand state laws and make informed decisions about your future along the way.
We believe that straightforward answers best serve our clients. Allow us to become your go-to advocate in cases including:
- Divorce and military divorce
- Property division
- Spousal support/alimony
- Child custody
- Child support
- Order modifications
- Fathers’ rights
- Grandparents’ rights
With a strong legal advisor assisting you along the way, you can obtain a successful resolution to your case. One hallmark of a great family law attorney is the ability to expedite the process, so you can get back to your life without further disruption.
Do I Need an Attorney for Family Law Matters?
At first, many individuals believe they can handle family law matters without the assistance of a legal expert. We recommend consulting an attorney regardless of the previous relationship you’ve had with family members. Having an attorney is a way to prepare and protect yourself from any difficulties or surprises. Texas law involves strict timeframes and nuanced statutes that each party must consider during the course of legal action.
For child custody and rights issues, your attorney will play an instrumental role in protecting your rights as a parent or guardian in front of conflicting parties and the state justice system. During family law matters, those involved can expect their lives to fall under the strict scrutiny of the courts. In today’s world, something as seemingly innocent as a social media post could tip the balance of legal decisions.
When to Contact an Attorney for Assistance
In some cases, you will contact an attorney reactively, after you have been served with a divorce notice or another legal document. In others, you may reach out to your family law attorney in anticipation of filing for custody, adoption, or divorce. Reach out to an attorney at Ted Smith Law Group, PLLC, whenever you have questions regarding your legal situation. After a free consultation, you can decide if our team of legal experts is the right fit for your needs.
Your family attorney will not only provide guidance before and during a legal proceeding; he or she may play a role long after an initial case settles. For instance, custody and visitation rights often go back to court over time for modification. Choose a family law attorney you can trust to put your best interests first as your family learns how to manage life in a new legal structure.
Whether you’re trying to work out school district boundaries during a divorce or trying to obtain rights to see your grandchild, our attorneys are ready to assist you. Don’t wait until a family challenge overwhelms. Let our firm make the process less stressful. Contact us today to schedule your free case evaluation.