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The law firm of Lisa E. McKnight, P.C., in Dallas, Texas, has provided highly personalized legal representation in divorce and all other family law matters for more than 23 years. Attorney McKnight is recognized as one of the top trial lawyers in Dallas for custody disputes and complex divorce. She handles the full spectrum of family law issues — from prenuptial agreements to post-divorce...
Here at the Balekian Hayes, PLLC, law firm in Dallas, Texas, we are fully prepared to help you with all of your family law needs. Serving the rights and interests of clients throughout the greater Dallas metro region and surrounding areas, our law firm's attorneys, Kris Balekian Hayes and Justin Whiddon, each possess extensive legal knowledge and experience. We promise to work closely...
Not every divorce has to be messy. By hiring a Texas board-certified attorney, you can safeguard yourself and your family. Recognized by Super Lawyers, Katie L. Lewis, P.C. Family Law offers a convenient Dallas location near Interstate 75 and the courthouse. Every family is different, and every divorce has its own unique circumstances — our law firm understands. We listen to each client...
At the Law Office of Michelle Poblenz in Irving, Texas, we focus on family law and criminal defense and are proud to provide outstanding legal services to our clients not only in Irving but also in Farmers Branch, Carrollton and Coppell. Our law office has been serving clients for over 17 years in the following areas: Family law: divorce, child custody, visitation, property division and spousal...
At the law firm of Carlock & Gormley, individuals and families in Dallas and throughout the surrounding Texas counties find strong and caring legal representation. Focusing exclusively on family law and divorce cases, we are dedicated to providing compassionate and professional legal assistance in times of personal crisis. Our skilled family law attorneys have 50 combined years of experience....
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