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Philip W. Moore, Jr.

Frisco Divorce Attorney

Lawyer For Asset Division, Child Custody, and Child Support in Collin County and North Texas

When you are dealing with family law matters, there is much at stake. Whether you are getting a divorce, settling a child custody dispute, or seeking to adopt or establish paternity, the outcome can affect your finances, your family relationships, and your personal well-being. At the Law Office of Philip W. Moore, Jr., we provide divorce and family law representation rooted in 20 years of experience. With our litigation background, we are prepared to advocate assertively on your behalf in a complex or contested case, but we also understand that you may be better served by a more amicable approach. We will help you consider your options and determine the most effective strategy for achieving a resolution that meets your needs.

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  • ‘‘Philip is an exceptional family law attorney. He handled my divorce expertly & expediently. He was always honest, straightforward, yet patient with me, and most importantly, protected me and my children and our best interests at all times. I am so grateful for all he did for us, and that I had him in my corner.

  • ‘‘Philip Moore and his staff were extremely helpful and worked quickly to assist me with anything that I needed. They were always available either by email or phone to answer any questions or concerns that I had with my case. I would recommend their services to anyone.

  • ‘‘Phillip Moore is an excellent lawyer. Going through a divorce is a stressful time for anyone. Phillip helped to ease the process. He fought hard and made sure that i was treated fairly and that im able to have equal custody of my daughter. He communicates with you and makes sure that you understand every step of the process. I recommend him to everyone!


The divorce process includes many consequential decisions regarding how you and your spouse will separate your affairs and your household. Whether your divorce is contested or uncontested, we can help you protect your financial interests in the division of marital property, including in cases involving high-value, complex assets like businesses and real estate. We also help divorcing parents protect their interests and parental rights in custody and child support decisions, and we can assist with order modifications and enforcement after your divorce is finalized.

Child Custody

Deciding how to share custody is an important concern for many divorced and unmarried parents. We can help you understand the different child custody options in Texas, including sole and joint managing conservatorships, and how they may influence visitation and parental decision-making responsibilities in your case. We can also advise you and negotiate on your behalf in the creation of a parenting agreement, or represent you in contested child custody litigation. We want to help you protect your children’s best interests, as well as your own.

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Child Support

When a child’s parents are divorced or unmarried, child support is crucial in order to ensure that the child’s needs are met. As you work to establish a child support order, we will walk you through the guidelines and calculations used to determine a parent’s obligations in Texas, so that you have a better idea of what you can expect to pay or receive. If your child has extraordinary needs, we can help you determine whether a deviation from the guidelines is warranted and advocate on your behalf. We can also represent you in your efforts to modify a child support order due to a substantial change in circumstances, or to enforce a child support order when the other parent has failed to fulfill their duties.

Family Law

Our services extend beyond divorce and child custody cases to help you address other legal matters that affect your family. We can work with you to draft or review a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement to protect your financial interests, to establish parental rights through adoption or adjudication of paternity, or to protect yourself and your children from domestic violence. We know that these matters are often sensitive, and we strive to serve you with the compassion and understanding that you and your family deserve.


Adoption by a stepparent, grandparent, or another relative can ensure that a child has a responsible and loving caregiver. We can guide you through the legal adoption process, including complications like obtaining consent from a biological parent or terminating parental rights, so that you and your adopted child can solidify your relationship and the benefits that come with it.

Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements

A prenuptial or postnuptial agreement helps you and your partner differentiate between separate and community property during your marriage and in the event of a divorce, which can be especially beneficial for business owners and other spouses with high-value assets. We can work with you to draft a comprehensive agreement that protects your interests, or to review an agreement that your partner has proposed.

Family Violence

Domestic violence toward a spouse or child is a serious issue that plagues many families, and victims often benefit from the assistance of an attorney. We can help you file for a protective order to defend yourself and your children from the risk of future harm, or advise you of the implications if a protective order has been filed against you, including how it may affect a divorce or custody case.

Paternity Disputes

As an unmarried parent, you may want to establish legal paternity for a number of reasons, including securing parental rights or child support and other benefits for your child. We can help you take the steps to establish paternity voluntarily when you and the other parent are in agreement. If your situation is more complicated, we can represent you in a paternity dispute to resolve your case in court.

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