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Plano, TX Family Law Attorney

Dallas County family law lawyer

Lawyer for Divorce, Child Custody, and Parental Rights in Collin County and Dallas County

Family law cases undeniably hit close to home. Even in amicable divorces and custody settlements, spouses, parents, and children may struggle emotionally to cope with the process and the changes it brings. Contested cases are all the more difficult, as they can lead to hurtful conflict and long-lasting personal and legal ramifications. If you are a party to a family law proceeding in Texas, you should be sure to understand your rights and the laws that can affect the outcome.

At the Law Office of Brian Bagley, we strive to make legal matters more manageable for you and your family. With 10 years of experience practicing family law and a breadth and depth of legal knowledge, we can confidently handle the details and complications of your case and help you move through the process as smoothly as possible. We also take the time to listen to you and understand your story so that we can ensure our approach is consistent with your values and priorities.

Legal Representation for Texas Family Law Matters

There is a good chance that some aspect of Texas family law will touch your life, and when it does, it is important that you are prepared and supported by an experienced attorney. We advise and represent clients who need assistance with a wide variety of family law matters, including but not limited to:

  • Divorce - We can help you end your marriage and reach a divorce resolution using the method that works best for you, whether that be negotiation, mediation, or litigation. We will protect your interests in matters including property division and spousal maintenance.
  • Child custody - Whether you are getting divorced or you are not married to your child's other parent, we can help you pursue an arrangement for conservatorship and possession of your children that puts their best interests at the forefront.
  • Child support - We help paying and receiving parents pursue child support orders that consider their financial resources and their children's needs, including in divorce and paternity cases.
  • Order modification and enforcement - We can help you update your custody or support order after a substantial change in circumstances, as well as petition for enforcement of a court order when your former spouse or your child's other parent violates its terms.
  • Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements - We draft and review premarital and marital agreements to help you define each partner's property rights, including for high-asset couples and business owners.
  • Fathers' rights - We advise and represent fathers seeking to establish legal paternity through adjudication or voluntary acknowledgment, and we help fathers protect their rights in divorce and custody cases.
  • Grandparents' rights - We serve parents and grandparents in complicated cases in which a grandparent wants to pursue visitation rights or custody of their grandchild.
  • Military family law - We have experience with divorce and custody cases involving military spouses and parents, and we can help you understand how a spouse's service can influence matters like the division of assets and child visitation.
  • LGBT family law - We help same-sex partners establish parental rights, understand their community property rights, and resolve the unique issues that often arise in a same-sex divorce.
  • Child Protective Services (CPS) investigations - We help parents handle investigations from CPS and the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services (DFPS), as well as represent them in cases when they are at risk of losing custody of their children.

Contact Our Texas Family Law Firm Today

To schedule a free consultation and learn more about how we can help with your case, contact us today at 972-422-2424. We will answer your questions and help you determine how best to move forward with your case. From our Plano, TX office, we serve clients in Wylie, Sachse, Parker, Murphy, Lucas, and throughout Collin County, Tarrant County, Denton County, and Dallas County.

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