Richardson Family Law Attorney
Protect Your Rights to Have a Fulfilling Life with Your Loved Ones
Dealing with family law issues can be some of the most emotionally challenging
proceedings for people to face. When your issues conflict with those of
your loved ones, it can be hard to think straight and do what is right
for your future. At MAS Law, our Richardson family law attorney brings
years of experience to each case to ensure clients get compassionate representation and careful guidance.
Call today to schedule your free consultation today to get started.
Dial (972) 460-9339 now to speak with a Richardson family law attorney.
You can also
contact MAS Law online.
Comprehensive Legal Service for All Your Family Law Needs
Planning a family law case is about more than just knowing the law—it’s
about having the experience to plan ahead for the future. Our family law
attorney at MAS Law has tried over 100 cases in front of juries,
giving him not just litigation experience, but an understanding of how
to plan for your optimal outcome.
MAS Law can provide you with legal guidance for issues such as:
Divorce: As one of the most significant decisions in a person’s life, having
the right representation is important. MAS Law can help you consider
the potential changes in the future and plan accordingly. We aggressively
represent our clients to ensure they get the best possible outcome for
Child support: Children need resources to grow up and develop. We can help you calculate
accurate child support payments that help your child get the care they need.
Child custody: Custody is a difficult subject for most divorcing couples. Let MAS Law handle the challenges of building a case for the right custody arrangement.
Spousal maintenance: Texas courts consider many factors when calculating these payments, such
as the earning capacity of the spouse, the responsibility for the children,
health and age of parties, ability to work, duration of the marriage,
and the financial resources and liabilities of the spouse. Generally,
in order to receive support after the divorce, the parties must have been
married for a period exceeding 10 years, and if a Texas court decides,
a party may be qualified to receive up to $2,500 a month for a maximum
of three 3 years.
Alternatives to Courtroom Divorce
Going to family court can become contentious. There are other ways to handle
your divorce without fighting in front of a judge. In an uncontested divorce,
the parties negotiate and come to an agreement as to child custody and
distribution of assets. The experienced family law attorneys at MAS Law are here to help you prepare all required documents for your uncontested
divorce. If there are still issues that need to be resolved afterward,
we are ready to go to court with you.
Call (972) 460-9339 now and
schedule your free consultation. We stand ready to provide you with the guidance you need.