When facing an issue related to family law, it is a very sensitive and complicated matter that will likely have a profound impact on you, your children, and your future. These issues include divorce, custody, child support, property division, and other matters such as domestic violence and paternity. Because of the complexities involved with family laws, it is essential to work with an attorney who will protect your rights and help guide you through the process.
A lawyer who is Board Certified in Family Law is a specialist who has extensive experience with the specific legal issues that can arise in a family law case. Attorneys who are Board Certified undergo a rigorous screening process that includes a background check, a lengthy written application, and an examination. Only a small percentage of attorneys receive this certification. At Davis and Associates, Attorneys at Law in Texas, Attorney Adam Bender is Board Certified in Family Law and has spent the majority of her career practicing family law. Her sole focus is on helping families like yours through the complexities of divorce, child custody, and other family law matters in Waco, Lorena, the Baylor University area, McLennan County, and surrounding areas.
If you are facing a legal challenge related to a family law matter, contact our firm to schedule a free consultation. We offer flexible payment options and a full range of legal services to help you resolve your matter. We will listen to your concerns, educate you on the law related to your case, and provide strong representation.
We can assist you with a traditional divorce, or an uncontested divorce in which both parties agree to the terms of their separation. We can also handle cases that are contested, such as when the two parties cannot agree on terms. In such cases, it may be necessary to litigate the matter in court.
Often one of the most emotional and difficult issues in a divorce is determining with whom a child will live and how much time each parent will have with the children. We will advocate for your parental rights in this delicate matter and seek a custody arrangement that is in the best interests of your child.