Welcome to Holmes Diggs DePlaza

We are pleased to announce the return of Laurence A. DePlaza and Molly Veitch.  Both were members of the original team chosen by founder Robert E. Holmes Jr. when he created the firm in 1995.  Laurence and Molly are excited to continue the legacy and vision of Robert E. Holmes Jr. and his passion for excellence.

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The Firm

Holmes Diggs DePlaza, PLLC is one of the largest law firms in Texas devoted to the practice of family law.

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Our family law firm has a true passion for excellence. Learn more about our Attorneys.

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Areas of Practice

We excel all legal aspects of marriage and family relationships

Family law is a broad term that encompasses all issues involved marriage and family context. This includes areas of practice such as Divorce, Child Custody and Support Issues, Premarital and Postmarital Agreements, International Divorces or Family Law and Estate Planning. Our firm deals with all legal aspects of marriage and family relationships on a daily basis.

 

 

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Accolades

In recognition of its excellence and experience, Holmes Diggs DePlaza, PLLC has been included in the Martindale-Hubbell® Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers every year since 1996.

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Holmes Diggs DePlaza, PLLC, was listed in Best Lawyers in America, by Woodward White, Inc., in 2017.

 

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Holmes Diggs DePlaza – Dallas Divorce Lawyers

After 46 years of law practice and ​14 years with the firm of Holmes Diggs DePlaza, Bob Eames has left the firm, closed his office and simplified his life by officing at  Reunion Title in Denton.  Thanks to Bob​ Eames for his many years​ with​ Holmes Diggs DePlaza. ​  We will greatly miss Bob Eames
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Flipping Primary Custody at Temporary Orders Hearing in a Modification

After filing a modification case with the Court, but before the Court makes its final decision whether to modify the previous custody order, the Court must decide what will happen during this interim period. This period is governed by the “Temporary Orders.” Changing or flipping primary custody at temporary orders in a modification case can
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I want Full Custody. Can I get Full Custody?

Something I often hear from a parent is, “I want full custody of my child.” In response, I ask, “What does ‘full custody’ mean to you?” The Texas Family Code addresses custody of a child in three different ways: (1) whether a parent has the ability to make decisions related to the child, (2) when
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