Divorce And Your Children in Texas
In any divorce with children involved, their interests must be kept in the forefront. This is the guiding principle in courts across Texas, and most parents clearly prioritize doing right by their children as well. However, it is common for mothers and fathers to have different views of the arrangements that will serve their children best. Consequent divorce & your children can be a challenge when emotions are high.
Skilled Advocacy For Parents In Matters Of Custody, Visitation And Support
Applying many years of experience representing parents in Texas divorces at all levels of complexity, attorney Kevin Clark understands diverse family dynamics. Our legal team in Fort Worth is adept at identifying the best approach to reaching positive resolution based on children’s needs and our clients’ goals. This is equally true when problems arise after divorce and modifications of custody, visitation or support are required.
We are dedicated to preserving strong parent-child relationships. We also know that children need protection and that each case is unique. Applying tailored approaches to divorce and other family law matters, we target outcomes that are fair, workable and likely to endure. Our knowledge and capabilities cover:
- All aspects of child custody and visitation, for parents seeking specific outcomes as well as those needing guidance on available options — including many airline employees whose work schedules require carefully structured orders
- Child support and other financial concerns, including issues associated with college education costs and other major expenses
Offering The Guidance, Innovative Solutions And Legal Strength You Need
Our family law practice is balanced and wide-ranging. We protect fathers’ rights and mothers’ rights with equal sensitivity and rigor. Whatever your priorities when it comes to divorce and your children, you can count on practical, realistic guidance when you turn to The Law Office of J. Kevin Clark P.C serving Fort Worth, Colleyville & Southlake.
Most disputes over custody, parenting time and support can be resolved through negotiation or mediation. However, if your case ultimately calls for trial advocacy, your lawyer will put excellent credentials and a wealth of courtroom experience to work for you.
We welcome client inquiries and referrals from throughout Tarrant County, Johnson County, Parker County, Wise County and other area communities. To schedule a consultation focused on your most important concerns and objectives, call or email our firm anytime.