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What’s the best way to handle emotional and high-stress family law issues? The best way is to find a trustworthy, reputable lawyer who can help you through these tough times. A family law attorney can help you navigate through all different types of cases, from divorce to adoption.
Legal complications relating to domestic relations or family matters are typically considered areas of Family Law. If your marriage is hitting rough patches or having family disputes, you should be prepared for all possible outcomes by having someone on hand ready to fight in court for you!
Divorce, custody battles, and other family law matters can be very complicated. The Parra Law Firm can help by guiding you through the complexities to relieve some of your stress. If mediation is necessary for disputes or if litigation becomes inevitable, we have a dedicated attorney by your side who will help reach a favorable outcome in court! We are focus on finding sound, long-term solutions to challenges related toDivorce / Dissolution of Marriage
Divorce can be a traumatic event but with our team of legal professionals, you will find the process much easier. We offer comprehensive services to help your well-being remain intact and take many extra steps to ensure that all aspects of divorce proceedings are handled professionally by our experienced attorneys in San Antonio. Learn moreChild Support
Child support cases are often complicated and challenging, but our firm provides complete legal services from establishing rates and enforcement proceedings when the noncustodial parent fails to pay up on time. We will also ensure that your custody arrangement doesn’t get hindered between the father’s or the mother’s new partner and his/her son or daughter.Child Custody
When couples divorce, one of the most important decisions they must make is about their child custody. Our lawyers want to protect your parental bond, so they will work diligently on building a framework that works for you and your children.Marital Property Division
In the state of Texas, all property acquired during a marriage is equally owned by both spouses and divided in the event of a divorce. However, although this seems straightforward, it can become extremely complex as courts can order the division of property with regards to each party’s rights and any children from that union. Let our team of professionals guide you through this process and defend your interests.