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Hurst Family Law Lawyer

Grapevine adoption and paternity lawyer

Tarrant County Family Law Attorney Serving Texas

Family relationships can be complicated, and there are a variety of situations where family members may encounter legal disputes or other issues that will need to be addressed in family court. Most family law cases involve the relationships between spouses or between parents and children, although grandparents or other relatives may also need to take action to protect their rights or ensure that children are being provided for. In cases where a couple plans to end a legal relationship, where parents need to establish orders that will ensure that they will play an important role in their children's lives, where families are looking to expand and provide homes for children, or where family members need to receive protection against violence or abuse, a skilled attorney can provide guidance and legal representation to ensure that these matters will be handled correctly.

The law office of Daniel R. Bacalis, P.C. provides compassionate, dedicated legal guidance for those who need to address family law matters. As a board certified family law specialist, Attorney Daniel Bacalis has a comprehensive knowledge of the laws that affect family members in Texas, and he has a great deal of experience representing clients in a wide variety of cases. He believes in providing families with legal support during what can often be stressful and complicated cases, and he works to help resolve disputes in a positive way while ensuring that family members will have the tools they need to succeed in the future.

Representation in Family Law Cases

Our firm can assist with a wide variety of legal matters that affect families, including:

  • Divorce - The process of legally dissolving a marriage can be complicated, and a couple may struggle to reach agreements, especially if they are experiencing conflict due to the breakdown of their relationship. We can assist with both uncontested and contested divorce cases, and we can help address issues such as marital property division, alimony/spousal maintenance, and other complex matters. We can also assist with post-divorce modifications or enforcement.
  • Child Custody & Visitation - Parents who get divorced or unmarried parents who choose to separate will often have joint conservatorship of their children, and they will usually need to create workable visitation schedules. We can assist with cases where parents are requesting sole custody or joint custody, as well as related issues, such as relocation.
  • Child Support - Parents are required to provide financial support for their children. In divorce or child custody cases, we can ensure that parents' financial obligations toward their children will be established correctly.
  • Paternity Actions - If a child is born to unmarried parents, the father may not be recognized as a legal parent until paternity is established. We can help parents address legal parentage while ensuring that the rights of the parents and child will be protected.
  • Adoption - Parents have a variety of options for adopting a child, and they will need to follow certain procedures during these cases. We can provide legal help with stepparent adoptions, international adoptions, private adoptions, and more.
  • Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements - Legal agreements between soon-to-be-married couples or spouses who are already married can provide both parties with protections and help them address how matters will be handled in the case of a divorce. We can help draft and negotiate agreements that are valid and enforceable.
  • Domestic Violence/Orders of Protection - In situations where family members have experienced abuse, we can work to ensure that they receive legal protections. We also provide legal help and representation for parents or other family members who are facing accusations of domestic violence, ensuring that they respond correctly to orders of protection.
  • Out-of-State Family Law Issues - We can work with clients who have moved to Texas to determine how to address legal issues related to a divorce settlement or a child custody agreement that was established in another state.
  • Family Mediation - As an alternative to litigation of family law issues in the courtroom, the parties involved in a case may use mediation to resolve their disputes and reach agreements. We can provide representation for those who plan to participate in mediation, helping them understand the best ways to protect their rights.

Contact Our Bedford Family Law Attorney

For experienced, compassionate legal help with matters related to your family, contact us today by calling 817-498-4105 and arranging a complimentary consultation. We provide representation in family law cases in Hurst, Tarrant County, Bedford, Euless, Grapevine, Southlake, Watauga, Denton County, and Parker County.

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