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DIVORCE, CHILD CUSTODY, OR CRIMINAL CHARGES can be tough to deal with.

Let our compassionate attorneys help you through this difficult time with expert legal counsel.

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Family Law

Divorce

When it becomes clear that divorce is the only answer the emotional weight can be overwhelming.

Child Custody & Support

The emotional nature of cases involving children demands our law firm’s utmost attention.

Modification of Orders

A final order will probably not be a workable solution for the next several years.

Enforcement of Orders

A final order will probably not be a workable solution for the next several years.

Family Violence

Domestic violence can have devastating physical and psychological effects on the victim.

Grandparents’ Rights

The relationship between a grandparent and grandchild is invaluable to the growth and development of the child.

Terminations & Adoptions

Adoption is widely understood to be the most joyous occasion that occurs in family court.

Criminal Defense

DUI/DWI

A DWI conviction can cause devastating consequences.

Drug Crimes

If you or a loved one has been arrested or charged with a drug crime, it is important to act quickly to defend yourself.

Crimes Against Property

In today’s difficult economy, we have seen an upswing in property crime throughout the United States.

Crimes Against Individuals

A criminal conviction can have disastrous effects on nearly every aspect of your life.

Our Attorneys

Christina Jimenez

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Joshua Floyd

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James Pailin

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Recent News

How to Divorce When Both Parties Are Amicable

How to Divorce When Both Parties Are Amicable

When you hear people talk about filing for divorce, you may think they all have to be contentious and amicable divorce in Texas isn’t possible. But, for many couples, divorce is not something that pits one spouse against the other in a fight over assets, property and...

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Community Property vs. Sole Property in Texas

Community Property vs. Sole Property in Texas

When you’re thinking about getting a divorce, property can become a major issue, especially if you’re trying to determine community property vs. sole property in Texas.  Whether it’s a business, money, or other assets, it’s important to know what’s considered...

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