Parents can be taken advantage of if not represented by competent counsel. We’ll protect your relationship with your children, as well as your assets.
Our Clients Say
“I felt lost, with no clue how to even face this challenge. I retained the services of David Volk to handle my case, and it was one of the best choices I can recommend. I knew I was in good hands.”
“David and his firm did an outstanding job. They kept me informed of the process, set expectations and really made me feel comfortable. I would highly recommend his services.”
“I consider David to be my Trusted Legal Advisor. I’ve hired David a couple times. He’s smart, friendly, honest, and assertive. That spells integrity to me. I highly recommend David for all things legal.”
“I recommend Mr. McElroy to be your attorney. Very good lawyer. Mr. McElroy fought for me and prevailed in my case. I recommend Mr. McElroy to anyone who may have a legal issue. Thank you.”
How much do you charge?
We understand how crucial family law issues are for you. We believe every parent and spouse deserves quality legal representation during these hard times. We offer reasonable retainers and rates so we can advocate your divorce and custody case at a price you can afford. We want you focused on getting through these difficult times, not preoccupied with staggering, unexpected bill statements. For more information review our Fee Philosophy or Contact our office to speak with an attorney.
Do you handle adoptions, name changes, or paternity suits?
Let us guide you through the lesser known family law causes of action such as adoptions, termination of parental rights, paternity suits, and adult and/or child name changes. Contact our office to speak directly to our attorney experts.
Should I hire an attorney?
Hiring an attorney is always your choice. Navigating family law issues can be complicated and frustrating. Family law cases can often include many different types of law, such as divorce law, real estate law, business law, property law, etc. An attorney can help evaluate the facts of your case and deal with your spouse during this difficult time. This way, you can focus on recovery, protecting your children and your assets, and moving forward with your life.
Who determines how much child support is owed?
Texas has state guidelines for child support payments. In our initial consultation meeting, we’ll evaluate your situation and help you estimate what this payment might look like under different scenarios. The guidelines involve calculating the noncustodial parent salary and how many children are and are not before the Court. Unique circumstances, such as special needs, schooling, and medical expenses might also affect child support payments.