Top Austin Collaborative Lawyers - Texas

Texas Divorce & Family Law Coldwell | Bowes, L.L.P., is an Austin, Texas, law firm that focuses exclusively in the areas of Texas family law practice. The attorneys and staff at Coldwell | Bowes, L.L.P. have earned a reputation for extensively preparing each case to put their clients in the best possible position to obtain their desired results, whether through settlement or trial. Brad...

  • At the Keathley & Keathley law firm in Corsicana, Texas, we are totally committed to helping individuals and families across our region with their most serious and pressing legal challenges. Focusing primarily on family law and criminal defense, the attorneys at our law firm serve clients throughout Navarro County and the surrounding area. Possessing decades of combined legal experience, we...

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    At the Bayley Law Firm in Houston, Texas, we offer a full range of legal services aimed at helping families, property owners and business owners protect their rights and best interests. Serving all of the Houston metro region and the surrounding areas, the attorneys at our law firm provide the high-quality, dependable representation our clients need when facing legal challenges involving any of...

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Collaborative law, also known as divorce mediation, is a results-focused, out-of-court process used to  resolve disputes - usually divorce and other related property, child custody, and support issues.

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