Top Dallas Child Custody Lawyers - Texas

At The Shapiro Law Firm our lawyers have over 30 years experience in successfully handling a number of high profile cases throughout the state of Texas. Some of the cases that we routinely handle include: Criminal Law DUI / DWI Drug Offenses Sexual Offenses Juvenile Crimes Family Law Divorce Child Support Child Custody Personal Injury...

The attorneys at Pfister, Borserine & Associates in Frisco protect the rights of people across North Texas. Started in 1992 this North Texas firm specializes in family law: especially Child Protective Services (CPS) and foster care and adoption.  Putting Our Clients First Every Time At Pfister, Borserine & Associates, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, we put our client first. We are...

Short Law Firm, PC is a Texas Divorce and Family Law Firm, providing aggressive, thorough, competent, responsive, and practical legal services while maintaining sensitivity to the children and emotional and financial issues of each case. Short Law Firm, PC is a divorce and family law firm dedicated to excellence in all divorce and family law matters. Practice Areas   Adoptions  ...

Integrity ---The hallmark of our firm. Determination and effort will not lead to success if not grounded in principles of honesty, ethics, and strength of character. Compassion ---Legal problems often occur during times of incredible emotional stress. Our attorneys understand this, and strive to minimize that stress by providing compassionate support for our clients, listening carefully and...

After spending years at larger law firms, board-certified family law attorney Mark L. Scroggins established  Scroggins Law Group, LLP  to better serve the needs of clients throughout the Greater Dallas, Texas, area and surrounding counties.  Our boutique environment approach to client issues has fostered creativity and compassion during  over 24 years of experience  with...

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