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Allen Family Law Lawyer

Allen Family Lawyer

Attorney for Family-Related Legal Matters in Collin County, TX

Families may need to address legal issues in a variety of different types of situations. Going to family court to resolve these matters can be very stressful, especially for those who are not familiar with the procedures that will be followed in these cases or the laws that apply to them. Whether your family law case involves the end of your marriage, the custody of your children, or other issues that affect the relationships between you and your family members, it is important to work with an attorney who can advise you of your rights and help you understand the best ways to resolve disputes or other legal issues.

At the Law Office of Philip W. Moore, Jr., P.C., we assist with multiple types of family-related legal issues. Throughout his career, Attorney Moore has provided representation for clients to help them address divorce, child custody, and other issues. He believes in fighting for his clients' rights and finding effective solutions to legal disputes. He will advocate for your interests throughout the legal process, ensuring that you will be able to move forward once your case is complete and maintain positive relationships with your family members.

Legal Help With Family Law Matters in Allen, TX

Attorney Moore provides representation to clients in multiple types of family law cases, and he can help address issues related to:

  • Divorce - The dissolution of a couple's marriage may involve contentious disputes over a variety of issues. However, even if a couple agrees to work together to pursue an amicable divorce, they will need to address multiple legal and financial concerns. We can help our clients negotiate a divorce settlement that fully details the division of marital property, including in complex cases involving business owners or retirement benefits. We can also help our clients determine whether they will be eligible to receive spousal support payments or whether they may be required to make these payments to their former spouse.
  • Child custody - Most of the time, divorcing or unmarried parents will be able to share legal custody of their children, which is known as conservatorship in Texas. In addition to addressing their rights and responsibilities when making decisions for their children, parents will also need to determine how they will divide physical custody of children. We work to help parents reach agreements that will protect their children's best interests and ensure that they will be able to maintain positive family relationships in the years to come.
  • Child support - Parents are required to provide financial support for their children, ensuring that their ongoing needs will be met. We can make sure child support obligations are calculated correctly based on parents' financial resources, and we can also help parents address other child-related costs, including those related to child care, medical care, education, or extracurricular activities.
  • Paternity - If parents are unmarried, certain procedures must be followed to establish that a father is a child's legal parent. We work with parents to make sure they follow the correct steps when establishing paternity while also helping them address related issues, such as child custody and child support.
  • Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements - Before getting married, couples can take steps to protect their assets and make decisions about how matters will be handled if they choose to get a divorce. We work with couples to draft and negotiate valid, enforceable marital agreements.
  • Adoption – Our team can help guide you through the process of stepparent or grandparent adoption, including addressing such difficult issues as terminating parental rights.
  • Family violence and orders of protection – We work hard to protect those who have been the victim of domestic violence, as well as those who are in danger of becoming a victim. Our compassionate team can help with orders of protection and much more.

Contact Our Allen, Texas Family Lawyer

For more information about the Law Office of Philip W. Moore, Jr., P.C. and how we can help with your family law case, contact our office. Call 972-954-6455 for a free, no-obligation consultation with a member of our team today.

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