I was born in a small town in East Texas called Nacogdoches. When I was three years... more
I was born in a small town in East Texas called Nacogdoches. When I was three years old, my dad adopted me, which began a lifelong interest in and passion for the adoption process and family law. I started dancing at the age of 5, and for the next eighteen years, I traveled the nation competing and training in dance. While in high school (Freshman Spanish class, to be exact), I met the love of ... view profile
Judy is Board Certified in Family Law and specializes in divorce, child custody,... more
Judy is Board Certified in Family Law and specializes in divorce, child custody, grandparents' rights, modifications of child custody, interstate child custody, and changes in geographical restrictions or "move away" cases. Judy is equally talented at the negotiating table as well as in the courtroom. A natural litigator, Judy is aggressive as well as assertive, while at the same time is able t... view profile
About Family Law Attorney, James "Jimmy" Evans Family Law Divorce Custody and Child... more
About Family Law Attorney, James "Jimmy" Evans Family Law Divorce Custody and Child Support Litigation Agreed and Uncontested Divorce Divorce and Custody Litigation Adoption Mediation and Collaborative Law Child Support Grandparents rights and defense Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in 2010, James W. Evans or Jimmy, has been in practice for ... view profile
Marshall dedicates the majority of his practice to family law. He has handled all... more
Marshall dedicates the majority of his practice to family law. He has handled all varieties of family law matters including divorce, child custody, paternity, child support, protective orders, post-divorce modifications and enforcements, termination/adoptions and interstate custody disputes. He has experience tackling the more contentious issues in family law, including disproportionate propert... view profile
Focusing on the future rather than the past results in better decisions, Lindley... more
Focusing on the future rather than the past results in better decisions, Lindley Bain, who heads up the Goranson Bain office in Austin, believes, and counsels divorcing clients to strive for healthy, attainable goals. Lindley concentrates on financially complex divorces and high-conflict custody matters. She practices both collaborative and traditional litigation with both creativity and comp... view profile
Specializing in divorce, child support, modifications and custody issues, Timothy... more
Specializing in divorce, child support, modifications and custody issues, Timothy Hutton and his staff will dedicate themselves to helping resolve your issue. Call 512.487.7704 for a free consultation of your Family Law needs.
My name is Terence Davis. I primarily handle divorce and child custody cases in... more
My name is Terence Davis. I primarily handle divorce and child custody cases in Williamson and Travis County. If you need an attorney, please make sure that you review my website at www.mylastdivorce.com and look for client testimonials on Yahoo and Google about my firm.
After working for a couple of small firms in Austin since 2005, I started my own... more
After working for a couple of small firms in Austin since 2005, I started my own practice in the summer of 2009. After a year and a half of the cowboy life of a solo attorney, I joined NEMSB in March 2011. We are a 8-attorney family-law firm, growing fast and providing top-level representation for folks with complex divorces and child custody situations. Additionally, I offer mediation services... view profile
If you are getting divorced and have children, part of the divorce agreement will involve determining where and with whom the children will live. A child custody lawyer can help you negotiate custody, either by agreement or in court. The custodial parent (the one the child lives with) earns the legal right to make decisions regarding the child's lifestyle, welfare, and education. Some parents opt for joint custody, which means children divide their time between both parents' homes, and parents share the right to make decisions on behalf of the children. If you as parents are unable to agree on child custody, a judge will decide for you.