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Q: What should I consider when hiring an attorney to represent me in a family law matter?
A: When considering hiring an attorney to represent you in a family law matter, it is important to find an attorney with whom you feel comfortable and can develop a trusting relationship. You should also be comfortable with the attorney's style as well as the attorney's litigation strategies and philosophies.
Your ability to feel comfortable with and trust your attorney is important as you work together with your attorney to discuss and evaluate your legal options and to resolve your family law matter as efficiently and economically as possible, all the while keeping in mind your best interests and personal goals in the resulting outcome.
As your attorney, I will work hard for you and will respect your individual situation. I want you to feel comfortable with and trust my years of experience and capabilities as your attorney. I will always tell you the truth about your legal situation as well as your legal options. While I will offer you guidance and insight, the ultimate decisions are always yours to make.
Q: Do you charge for initial consultations?
A: No. There is never a charge for the first 30 minutes of an initial consultation.
Q: Do you take credit cards?
A: Yes. We accept MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover.
Q: Do you offer payment plans?
A: Yes. Payment plans are only offered on uncontested matters. However, no matter will be finalized until the payment of all fees has been successfully made.
Q: How do I make an appointment?
A: Contact my office today at 972-722-4246 or toll free at 888-720-4246 to make an appointment. If you prefer to set up a telephone consultation, please let us know at the time of your initial call.
Q: What if I have an uncontested matter that later becomes a contested matter?
A: Additional retainer(s) will be required and all contested representation will be billed at an hourly rate against the additional retainer(s). Determination of when a matter is no longer considered an uncontested matter rest solely within the discretion of the attorney.
Q: How long will my divorce take?
A: Although every divorce matter is different, there are certain similarities involved in almost every matter. In Texas, a divorce must be on file for a minimum of 60 days before it can be finalized in court. For most uncontested matters, it is possible to resolve and finalize all agreements in 60 to 90 days, although some uncontested matters may take longer. For contested matters, the length of time it takes to work towards a resolution of all issues, as well as the total legal expenses incurred by both parties are directly related to the parties' ability or inability to reach a compromise outside of a courtroom. It is not uncommon in contested matters that require litigation and court-intervention to take a year or longer before the matter is finalized.
Contact my office today at 972-722-4246 or toll free at 888-720-4246 to discuss your current family law needs.

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