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Family Law

The Frisco family law attorneys at Albin Oldner Law deeply understand the stress, confusion, and complexities of serious family matters like divorce and child custody. We’re here to guide you through every step, ensuring your decisions now benefit your loved ones, particularly your children.

Working with a family law attorney from our team, you’re supported in every aspect, from navigating domestic violence and securing protective orders to understanding the nuances of living apart and same-sex marriage laws. To start this journey together, request your initial consultation by calling (214) 423-5100. Our Frisco attorneys proudly serve all of North Texas.

Reach out to our Frisco family law attorney when dealing with matters related to family law to ensure you can continue enjoying the little moments that matter.

Cases our compassionate family law attorneys handle in Frisco

Our expertise encompasses a broad range of family law areas, including:

We focus on helping parents and guardians find peaceful resolutions, emphasizing the importance of collaborative law and mediation in achieving satisfactory outcomes for all parties involved.

What is our unique approach to family law matters in Frisco?

Our blend of compassionate, personalized attention with expert legal guidance sets us apart. We embrace innovative practices and uphold values focused on your well-being and achieving the best outcomes for your family.

We're here to support your family law needs

Albin Oldner Law attorneys listen intently to grasp your situation, concerns, and aspirations. The thought of courtroom battles can be daunting; many prefer swift, cost-effective resolutions outside of court. Whether through negotiation, mediation, or, if necessary, litigation, we’re prepared to advocate for your best outcomes.

Supporting you through emotional challenges.

We acknowledge the emotional weight of family law cases. Beyond legal assistance, we offer emotional support, connecting you with counseling and support groups as needed, ensuring you feel valued and supported during these trying times.

Strategies to minimize conflict

Emphasizing mediation and collaborative law, we aim to lessen conflict and foster amicable solutions, protect relationships, and secure beneficial outcomes for everyone, especially the children involved.

Safeguarding children's interests.

Your children’s welfare is our utmost priority. We champion their interests, ensuring their voices and needs are heard.

Facilitating co-parenting plans.

We assist in crafting co-parenting plans that honor both parents’ roles while minimizing disruptions and fostering a stable and cooperative environment for your children.

Handling complex property division.

Our strategic approach to complex property division, especially in high-asset divorces and business divisions, ensures a fair and equitable distribution of property, safeguarding your financial interests.

Support for adoption

We offer comprehensive support for families exploring adoption, guiding them through the complexities so they can make informed decisions as they expand their families.

Addressing domestic violence.

Your safety is crucial. We swiftly secure protective orders and collaborate with local resources to ensure your and your family’s safety.

What is collaborative family law?

Collaborative family law is a process where both parties and their attorneys commit to resolving their disputes outside of court through negotiation and mediation, focusing on open communication and mutual respect.

What should I expect during my initial consultation?

You can expect a confidential discussion about your situation during your initial consultation. We will listen to your concerns, answer your questions, and provide a high-level overview of your legal options.

Meet with a Frisco family law attorney today.

Schedule a time to meet with one of our skilled and compassionate attorneys. Call (214) 423-5100 today.

Frequently asked questions about family law matters

If you’re facing domestic violence, immediate steps include obtaining a protective order, which legally restricts the abuser from contacting or coming near you. Our attorneys can guide you through this process to ensure your safety.

Child custody in Texas is determined based on the best interests of the child, considering factors like parental abilities, the child’s needs, and any history of family violence. Courts encourage joint custody arrangements whenever possible.

Yes, child support and custody orders can be modified if there’s been a significant change in circumstances since the last order was issued, such as changes in income, relocation, or changes in the child’s needs.

In Texas, assets acquired during the marriage are considered community property and are generally divided equally between spouses. Separate property, owned before the marriage or received as a gift or inheritance, typically remains with the original owner.

If you need to relocate with your child, you may need to seek a modification of your custody order. It’s essential to consult with an attorney to navigate this process, as you’ll need to demonstrate that the relocation is in the child’s best interest.

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