Top Bastrop Divorce Lawyers - Texas

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Located in San Marcos, Texas, the Law Offices of Mari Garza and Lynn Peach, PLLC, is here to help you with virtually any legal issue affecting your life, your family and your future. To that end, the attorneys at our law firm provide exceptional representation and support to individuals and families throughout Hays County and the surrounding areas who have legal needs involving any of the...

At the Key Law Office in Buda, Texas, we are a central Texas firm committed to serving our friends and neighbors when they encounter family law or estate planning or civil litigation issues. We are proud to be the leading divorce and family law attorneys in Hays County. We represent clients from Hays, Travis, Williamson, Guadalupe, Comal, Blanco, Caldwell, and Bexar counties. Our attorneys possess...

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Law Offices Of William D. Powers: Representing Central Texas Families For Over 30 Years When going through a difficult divorce, it can feel like everything and everyone is against you. At the Law Offices of William D. Powers, we empower our clients by blending strength and compassion when providing legal services for a wide variety of family law issues. We understand that even the simplest matters...

Laura Dale & Associates, P.C., is a Houston-based law firm focusing on family law from both local and global perspectives. Our attorneys handle complex family law cases, ranging from high-profile divorce cases to international child custody cases. Laura Dale has handled many cases that involved international child abduction and has been very successful at ensuring that the children involved...

At the Osborn Law Firm, P.C., we are dedicated to excellence in the pursuit of justice. From our main office in Taylor, we serve clients throughout Central Texas in civil litigation, family law and other legal matters. In a divorce, an adoption, DUI/DWI defense or any other type of case, we are passionate advocates for our clients' rights and interests. We strongly believe in the importance of...

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