Legal issues surrounding family matters can be some of the most difficult to get through. These are the types of situations that really test you and your loved ones and have the ability to rip families apart. However, there is something you can do to make going through these difficult times easier on you and your children: hire a great family law lawyer.
Hiring an attorney who truly has your and your children’s best interests at heart can make a world of difference. Then you’ll know that your rights, wants, and needs are being represented. Hiring a strong attorney means you can focus more on healing and moving forward with your life while they manage the legal aspects of your case.
Caperton Walling Law Firm, PLLC performs legal services for clients in and around Argyle, Bartonville, Bedford, Carrollton, Colleyville, Coppell, Copper Canyon, Dallas, Denton, Double Oak, Euless, Flower Mound, Fort Worth, Frisco, Grapevine, Hickory Creek, Highland Village, Hurst, Irving, Justin, Keller, Lake Dallas, Lantana, Lewisville, Little Elm, Marshall Creek, McKinney, Minters Chapel, North Richland Hills, Plano, Roanoke, Southlake, Trophy Club, The Colony, and Westlake.
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No matter your current circumstances, you have rights. It’s important to find an attorney who understands those rights and is willing to fight to protect them. Not only that, but you also want someone who is ready and willing to fight for the best interests of your child or children.
The Caperton Walling Law Firm, PLLC is a firm that cares. Not only do we have an incredible track record with our clients, but we also have the drive and determination to help you and your children get the best possible outcome.
If you’ve found yourself or your family in a difficult legal situation, then we may be able to help. Sit down for a consultation with one of our skilled and experienced family law lawyers to learn how we would approach your case.
Family Law Practice Areas
We’ve helped our clients navigate the complexities of several different types of legal situations. We offer compassionate guidance through each of these issues while aggressively protecting your rights and the rights of your children. Our goal is to help you have a brighter future.
Our family law practice helps clients with the following types of cases:
- High Net Worth Divorce
- Property Division
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Spousal Support and Alimony
- Same Sex Divorce and Parenting Rights
In addition to supporting you during your divorce, we can also help you put things in place to protect you if you’re considering marriage or have just entered into marriage including:
- Pre-Marital and Post-Marital Agreements
- Cohabitation Agreements
- Collaborative Law
- Estate Planning
Our law practice can also help with other family law cases surrounding children or other loved ones including:
- Child Adoption
- Paternity Issues
- Surrogacy Legal Agreements
- Grandparent Rights
- Name Changes
Our family law lawyers can additionally help with post-divorce complications including:
- Post-Divorce Modifications
- Post-Divorce Clarifications
- Enforcement of Court Orders
- Alternative Dispute Resolution
In many cases, we’re able to resolve many issues through mediation. However, should your case escalate to the trial level, we’ll be with you every step of the way. We also have insight into what a judge will be looking for in court and understand how to best present your case to them.
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Divorcing is already difficult. It’s not uncommon for former spouses to have disagreements about parenting, sole custody vs. joint custody, visitation rights, property division, and more. A great divorce attorney should also have a solid grasp of the inner workings of physical custody and legal custody for minor children. They should be able to act not only ad divorce lawyers but as child custody lawyers.
Our family lawyers want to help you determine and achieve what is best for you and your family. We want to keep you safe from the legal complications of divorce and the end of a domestic partnership, including protecting you and your children from domestic violence by using the law to protect your rights.