Family Law Disputes And Fighting Seem To Go Hand In Hand
What is worth defending more than your relationship with your children or your hard-earned assets? While instincts often say to fight, the fact of the matter is that fighting is stressful. When it comes to the legal battle, it is also potentially time-consuming and costly. Perhaps fighting should not be the first option to defending your best interests in working through your family-related disputes.
We Start By Listening To You
At Lloyd & Associates, PLLC, our initial approach is to get as much as of the whole story from you as possible. We will start the process by listening to your story. We will lock onto your needs and craft a legal strategy designed to get you real results. In many cases, we are able to reach a positive outcome through careful negotiation. We work with our opponent rather than against them. We have found that our clients still get what they want in the long run, and there is typically less stress and less cost.
This Is About Protecting Your Best Interests
What happens when the other party is not willing to engage in negotiation? They simply do not know what is good for them, so they will find themselves up against our proven lawyers in the courtroom. They soon learn that the courtroom is the last place they want to be because when we fight for our clients in the courtroom, we might as well be fighting for our own family.
More Than Two Decades Of Experience Resolving Contentious Family Law Cases
If you are a fairly new resident to the state, Texas’ regulations and language regarding child custody may be confusing. When it comes to custody, or conservatorship, of their children, parents can agree to file their own proposed parenting plan for where their children will live with along with an agreed to visitation arrangement with the court. If they do not, the court will make the arrangement. The court leans into favoring joint conservatorship, but not before taking into consideration a list of factors that affect the well-being of the children and their future.
Our attorneys can give you a strong voice throughout the process. We frequently handle cases involving:
- Contested and uncontested divorce or dissolution of marriage
- Division of marital property and assets
- Conservatorship, commonly known as child custody
- Child support
- Modification and enforcement
- Domestic violence and protective orders
We put more than two decades of experience to work in pursuit of the best outcome possible for you and yours. We may not yell and scream, but rest assured the opposition will wonder what hit ’em. If your case does go to trial, count on us to make sure you are thoroughly prepared. Personal attention is one of our law firm’s hallmarks, and that is particularly important in family law cases. We will be by your side every step of the way, doing our best to do right by you.
Child Protective Services Cases
As part of our family law practice, we handle Child Protective Services (CPS) cases. Both Denton County and Wise County Courts have approved our attorneys to be appointed in these cases, representing parents or children. CPS tends to assume the worst, so you need a lawyer on your side to fight for you and accurately present you and your case in a positive light. You are not just a number and a statistic. You are not just a nuisance. You are a mother or father, and your children belong with you. Let us help you bring your children home.
Take A Step In The Right Direction. Contact Us For A Free Consultation.
We are here to listen to your story. At the law firm of Lloyd & Associates, PLLC, we know actions speak louder than words. Our experienced team is ready to get busy on your behalf, putting our experience, skill and knowledge to work for you. To make arrangements for a consultation, please call 940-748-1456 or send an email.