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Prosper Family Law Attorney

Prosper family law lawyer

Lawyer for Child Custody, Paternity, and Divorce in Collin County

When you are facing a legal matter that directly involves your family, it is understandable for you to be apprehensive or concerned. Certainly, not every family law matter requires a difficult court battle, but all of them can have a significant impact on your life, depending on the outcome. Navigating the legal process in a way that protects your family's interests can be a daunting challenge on your own.

However, with an experienced family law attorney on your side, you can approach these legal matters with knowledge and confidence. At the Law Office of Philip W. Moore, Jr., we have served Texas clients for 20 years, and we can help you address a wide range of family-related legal issues, including divorce, child custody, paternity, and more. Our compassionate team will listen to your concerns, help you understand what to expect, and advocate assertively on your behalf.

Family Law Representation in Prosper, TX

Our family law services help you protect your interests, provide for your children's needs, and address some of the most difficult challenges your family may face. We can help you resolve legal issues including:

  • Divorce - Divorce can be one of the most complicated matters handled in Texas family court, given the many important issues that must be resolved. We can represent your financial interests in decisions regarding property division and help you determine how to handle complex, high-value assets like real estate or business properties. We can also help you protect your children's interests in decisions regarding child support and child custody.
  • Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements - Through the drafting or review of a prenup or postnup, we can help you define and protect your property interests throughout your marriage and in the event of a future divorce.
  • Child support - Divorced and unmarried parents must determine how to provide financially for a child's needs through the terms of a child support order. We can help you ensure that the order is based on accurate financial information and accounts for the specific details of your situation, including any special needs your child may have.
  • Child custody - Custodial decision-making and visitation time are also important concerns for divorced and unmarried parents. With a focus on your children's best interests, we can help you negotiate a parenting agreement or make your case to the court for your preferred parenting plan and custody arrangement.
  • Adoption - Adopting a child and securing parental rights is a legal process that can take quite some time, even in the case of a stepparent or grandparent adoption. We can help you prepare and file your petition, terminate parental rights as necessary, and demonstrate your qualifications as an adoptive parent.
  • Paternity - Children who are born outside of marriage often benefit from the involvement of both parents in their lives, and we can help you establish legal paternity to make this possible. We also represent unmarried parents in the determination of child custody and support.
  • Domestic violence - If you or your children are at risk of harm from a member of your household, we can help you get the protection you need through a protective order. We can also help you understand how a protective order may affect your divorce or child custody case.
  • Order modification and enforcement - Child support orders, parenting plans, and divorce decrees all may need to be modified over time as circumstances change. We can help you petition for a modification that meets your needs. We can also help you legally enforce an order when the other party fails to comply.

Contact a Prosper Family Law Firm

If you are dealing with a family law matter, we know you may have many questions. When you contact us at 972-954-6455 to schedule a free consultation, we can provide answers, help you decide how to proceed, and let you know how we can help with your personal situation. We serve clients throughout Denton County and Collin County, including Prosper and the surrounding areas.

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