San Antonio Divorce and Family Law Attorneys
Accessible and Responsive Family Lawyers
Family-related legal issues can be emotionally charged and painful. During a divorce, important decisions are made regarding the debts you owe, your children and your property. These include the home you worked for, the retirement you saved for and the children you love.
Before you make those critical choices, you need to hire an experienced Texas divorce attorney to protect your rights and help you understand how the law can work for you. At Daniels & Daniels, our attorneys have more than 30 years of experience protecting the rights of families in San Antonio and the surrounding communities. We pride ourselves on providing skilled and tenacious representation while being accessible to our clients and responsive to their needs and concerns.
We focus much of our practice on helping families through a variety of family law issues, including:
- Child custody and visitation
- Valuation of marital assets
- Property and debt division
- Child support
- Restraining and temporary orders
- Alimony/spousal maintenance
- Existence of common law marriage
- Enforcement and contempt
There are many ways to handle a divorce: you, your spouse and the attorneys may try to negotiate a settlement, you and your attorney can work with a mediator to agree on a settlement or you can go to court, represented by an attorney with extensive litigation experience. Our lawyers will evaluate your options, identify any alternatives and ensure you understand the advantages, costs, time commitment and emotional burden associated with each option.
Skilled Bexar County Child Custody Attorneys
Divorce can be extremely difficult for children to handle. Texas courts make decisions on child custody based on what is in the best interest of the child. We will help you set up a visitation schedule that best serves you and your former spouse or partner, which also works well for your children. Whether that is one parent having primary custody with the other parent granted visitation or the children going back and forth between parental homes, we will help you reach the best solution for your children. Learning your family history, parents’ work schedules, children’s schedules, family relationships, special circumstances and each parents’ parenting history and skills helps us to provide better advice to you. We can also assist you when it comes to enforcing court orders, including payment of child support, supervised visitation, possession schedules and access to the children, when the other parent is violating orders.
Whether you decide on mediation, arbitration or litigation, we are here to help. We are seasoned litigators and negotiators, participating in hundreds of court hearings, trials and mediations. We also assist our clients with appeals, modifications and enforcements of previous court orders.