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Strong Representation During Custody Negotiations For Texas Parents

No area of the divorce process is easy for a spouse to get through. When the spouses have children, things become more complicated and painful. Custody negotiations can dictate how your children will mature into adults so you want to be sure you are doing what is best for them.

Here at Ken Wigginton, PLLC, our Highland Village lawyers know how much impact the results of a divorce can be on a family. When a couple separates, it changes the dynamics of each new family. It is our goal to see those changes still protect the best interests of you and your children.

Presenting A Solid Case

When a couple cannot agree on custody terms on their own, the matter will likely need to go to court. From there, it becomes the responsibility of each spouse to prove what makes them most suited to raising the children. Without an attorney, you risk not presenting your best reasons to earn the custody agreement you are looking for.

We know how to represent you in court. Our lawyers review your unique situation and gather all the supporting evidence and documents to help prove your case. You deserve the peace of mind that you did everything in your ability to take care of you and your children, and we want to help you earn that peace of mind.

We can also assist in negotiations outside of court, as well as modifications to a custody agreement. We have been practicing law for nearly four decades, and we want our experience to be your advantage.

Do Not Wait To Build Your Case

Time is a valuable resource in divorce preparation. The more time you have to prepare, the better the outcome of your divorce can be, which makes now the best time to reach out to an experienced family law attorney.

You can schedule your initial consultation by calling 940-308-8416 or emailing us here. We are eager to work with you to provide you and your family the best possible outcome in your custody negotiations.