Why Choose A Board Certified Attorney?

Why Choose a Board Certified Attorney?

Why choose a Board Certified attorney over a non-Board certified attorney in the state of Texas? There are several reasons why choosing a board certified attorney could mean a better experience for the client and a more favorable outcome for their case.  Becoming a Board Certified attorney requires that an attorney in the state of Texas to have practiced law for at least five years, with a minimum of three years in the specialty area. After passing an evaluation by fellow lawyers and judges the attorney must take and pass a 6-hour written certification exam, the attorney is required to…

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Things not to do during the divorce process

Video Transcription: Things not to do during your divorce process. Don't date. Don't do drugs. Don't drink and drive. Don't use your children as pawns or put them in the middle. Don't dredge on the past of your divorce process. Let the past be the past. We're trying to move forward. It's not gonna be beneficial emotionally or financially for you to focus on the past when we're trying to get you moving forward. If you need counseling to deal with issues in the past, that's probably a good idea to seek counseling or a support group in some form…

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Tips to help reduce the cost of legal representation

Video Transcription: Divorce can get expensive, especially when you have people that won't agree to things. So attorneys get involved and expenses skyrocket. One of the ways that you can consider in reducing your attorney fees during the divorce process is to communicate via email to your attorney when you have questions and concerns. At my office, we request that you actually send them, questions one through five or so, in an email, so that they can be addressed and dealt with. We have an office policy to return all emails within a 24 hour period. Another way is for…

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How to Choose a Family Lawyer You Can Depend On

A divorce is not something to take lightly. This major part of your life can potentially be devastating, or it can be a positive step toward a brighter future. Whether you are going through an uncontested divorce or a high-net-worth divorce, there are always going to be intricacies that must be handled by local divorce lawyers. There are many reasons why attempting to navigate a divorce on your own could be disastrous. Hiring a divorce attorney is the best way to protect yourself, reduce stress, hasten the process and avoid errors. Here are a few factors to keep in mind…

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Why a Divorce Lawyer is Essential

If you’re facing divorce, it may be tempting to go into it alone. However, it is strongly recommended that you reconsider. Even an uncontested divorce is going to have twists and turns along the way that should be handled by a legal professional. A family divorce lawyer has important skills and experience that will make this difficult time much less stressful and allow you to move on with your life . Here are just a few of the many reasons why you should call a divorce lawyer as soon as you realize that your marriage is unsustainable. Retain Your Money…

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5 Factors To Consider When Choosing A Divorce Attorney

5 Factors to Consider when Choosing a Divorce Attorney

A divorce is a pivotal time in a person’s life. It is a turning point that can be a positive step, but it can also get messy. During this trying time, it is essential that you have a good divorce lawyer to help you deal with the legal hassle, as well as assist you in getting and keeping what is rightfully yours. Finding the top divorce lawyers in Houston, TX can be challenging if you don't know where to start, so hopefully this guide will assist you in finding the right divorce lawyer for your needs. 1. Do They Have…

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Finding the Right Lawyer in Houston

Finding the right lawyer in Houston can be quite the undertaking. With a population of over 2 million, we make up the largest city in Texas and the fourth largest city in the United States. We have nearly 600 square miles of land and enough attorneys to populate a medium-sized island (I know there’s a lawyer joke in there somewhere). Every attorney claims to be the best, so how do you actually go about choosing the right one—or ones—to defend your rights? Choosing the Perfect Lawyer in Houston The first step, of course, is just process of elimination. What kind…

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Hiring the Best Divorce Lawyer in Houston

Hiring proper legal counsel can be difficult at times. After all, there are many different areas of law, and plenty of different kinds of lawyers for each one. Family lawyers tend to handle a very diverse range of legal issues, from divorce and child custody issues to estate planning and property allocation. When it comes to these aspects of life that are of the utmost importance, it is critical to hire an attorney that is going to represent you properly. Fortunately, finding the best divorce lawyer in Houston is easy if you know what to look for. Experience First and…

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Things to Look out for When Selecting Divorce Lawyers in Houston TX

Choosing the right divorce lawyers in Houston TX can be a difficult task. After all, this person could help you achieve optimal results or be responsible for significant physical and emotional loss. When it comes to selecting the best possible divorce attorney for your situation, there are some critical factors you will need to consider. Hopefully, this guide will help educate you on what to expect, what to look out for, and what to avoid. Make Sure Your Lawyer Works in Family Law Obviously, when you are selecting your lawyer, you do not want to go through the phone book…

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How much should I expect to spend on a divorce?

Unfortunately there is no cut and dry answer to this question. It depends on three main factors:
1. What is your attorney’s hourly rate? – An attorney with an hourly rate of $175 per hour will clearly result with lower attorney’s fees than an attorney who charges $475 per hour. Keep in mind that an attorney’s hourly rate is often reflective of their experience and skill level so it may be in your best interest to choose an experienced attorney at the cost of having higher attorney’s fees.

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