Family Law Overview
Our law firm has provided family-related legal services for over 30 years. We recognize that legal proceedings involving families are frequently emotionally charged and demand a measured, systematic approach tailored to your particular and unique circumstances. Some matters call for a “sledgehammer,” some for a “scalpel”. Over the decades we’ve learned which tool to employ for your best advantage.
Throughout our legal representation, we strive to maintain respect for and preserve the dignity of our clients and their families. Keeping this in mind, we handle Family matters ranging from the amicably uncontested to high conflict, complex financial and emotional battles.
Using a Flat Fee billing approach, we help minimize clients’ costs, while offering creative and common-sense approaches to resolving issues. We strive to settle family-related legal matters cooperatively, although we are well prepared to represent you in the courtroom, when agreements cannot be reached.
We handle a variety of other family-related issues as well. Our firm offers clients solid experience and knowledge in:
- Uncontested Divorce
- Division of assets
- Spousal maintenance and alimony
- Child custody and parenting time
- Child support
- Post-decree and modification proceedings
- Grandparent and Third-party custody
- Appellate proceedings
- Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements
- Cohabitation agreements
- Adoption and termination of parental rights
- Attorney General (IV-D) matters
- CPS cases
By the way, the worst time to get a divorce is when you’re having marital problems. At this time in your life when you may be emotionally and financially stressed, you must make major life decisions about your living arrangements, cars and other property as well as your children.
We can help.
When you schedule your free consultation, you’ll meet with Robert Sobel, a Kingwood divorce and family lawyer. He and a staff member will spend time with you and answer the questions most important to your situation. They’ll see to it that you have a clear understanding of the law regarding your Family Law matter, allowing you to make informed decisions about your case. Together we’ll map out our strategy and plan of action. Or you can spend the same hour on the internet reading Frequently Asked Questions.