We know that litigation can be daunting and the implications far-reaching. Aubrey Morgan Lopez, J.D. PLLC staff have the legal knowledge and experience you need, combined with the familiarity and trustworthiness of a friend, which result in effective advocacy that is unending.
In our practice, we have represented clients in contested high-value community estate divorces, in uncontested divorces, in collaborative divorce, and in almost every divorce suit in between. Whatever the specific issues in your situation, we have the experience to guide you through this difficult process.
Should you need to establish paternity of your child, you must consult with an experienced attorney as soon as possible, before or immediately following the birth of the child. Texas law permits the termination of parental rights if a father fails to take certain steps to protect his legal relationship with his child. Act now.
It is important that you are informed regarding Texas laws when engaged in a Suit Affecting the Parent-Child Relationship so that you can make the best decisions for your child and for yourself. An experienced attorney can guide you through conservatorship, child support, possession schedules, and more.
Child support in Texas is largely based on guidelines established by the Legislature, but an experienced attorney can advocate for you and your children when it comes to support matters, helping you to achieve the best possible outcome.
Once established, it is likely that your child custody and/or support orders will need to be re-examined from time to time. Let a qualified attorney provide you with information and options.
When termination of parental rights is appropriate, an experienced attorney can assist with achieving the best possible outcome for both parent and child, including helping with an adoption, where applicable.
Our staff has served in numerous capacities in CPS litigation, including as a foster parent, an attorney representing parents, an Attorney Ad Litem representing the child, and in CPS mediations representing the foster parents or family with placement of the child. Let an experienced attorney help you if you are involved with CPS.
Whether agreed or contested, an experienced attorney can help grandparents, aunts and uncles, and other non-traditional parties establish legal rights to a child or children under the right circumstances. Often, acting quickly is critical in these situations. Contact us today to schedule your consultation.
Our staff regularly handles various types of enforcement litigation, including litigation brought by the Texas Office of the Attorney General. From child support enforcement, visitation enforcement, and beyond, a knowledgeable attorney can provide you with the best possible options when facing allegations of contempt.