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Case Results

Child Custody

We represented a mother who had lost custody of her children due to drug use. When she contacted us, she had been clean for a year, undergone therapy, held a stable job, and was renting an apartment. Despite the typical one-year waiting period in Texas after parental rights are revoked for drug use, we took her case earlier.

After personally assessing her commitment to recovery, we filed a petition backed by two months of clean tests. We negotiated a gradual visitation program with the opposing counsel. Our client excelled at every opportunity, progressing from regular to overnight, unsupervised visits.

Within six months, she regained primary custody of her child. Our strategy was to give her the chance to prove her fitness as a parent, which she did admirably. Seeing clients fight for their children and the joy of family reunification makes our work deeply rewarding.

Divorce — Uncontested
Guided clients to fair divorce agreements, ensuring equitable asset division.

We have represented numerous individuals who have substantially agreed to the terms and conditions of a Divorce. At our client’s request, we helped navigate them into a very fair agreement. Despite not representing both parties, our clients were able to use our knowledge to help ensure that all assets were equally divided and properly addressed, preventing post-divorce complications.

Divorce — High asset
Uncovered hidden income, argued community assets, and secured swift resolution.

In a high-stakes divorce case where both parties owned million-dollar businesses, our client suspected hidden revenue. We hired experts to look into business records, which revealed assets funneled into a family-owned company. Presenting this to opposing counsel, we argued a significant portion was a community asset, resulting in a swift and amicable resolution. We provided our client with a true and accurate business revenue assessment, ensuring that we addressed all avenues of community income.

Child Custody
Father Secures Sole Managing Conservatorship In High-Stakes Custody Dispute

Our client, a father who shared two children with his ex-spouse, initially faced an unfavorable outcome in a custody dispute. Taking over the case from prior counsel, we successfully navigated a reversal of custody, with the father obtaining sole managing conservatorship and the mother receiving possessory conservatorship.

The father was given emergency custody of the older daughter following an altercation with the mother in which law enforcement and Child Protective Services (CPS) were involved. While the father chose not to press criminal charges against his ex-spouse for the altercation, she made allegations of past abuse and parental alienation against him, resulting in a temporary order hearing. At this hearing, primary custody of the older child returned to the mother, and the father received an expanded standard possession order. The judge appointed an amicus attorney for both of the children.

During the final trial, we presented extensive evidence, including over 400 pages of CPS records, police testimony affirming no criminal action against the father, and, most importantly,  testimony from the child's therapist, which aligned with the father's position. By mirroring the terms and the language used by the therapist, our presentation highlighted the father's alignment with professional recommendations. We secured a verdict awarding the father sole managing conservatorship, marking a significant victory and affirming our commitment to advocating for both fathers' rights and the best interest of children involved in family law cases.


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