At Holmes Diggs, our Dallas Divorce Lawyers believe that our clients’ trust and confidence is earned. Our team works diligently to ensure that our clients understand the legal process and the potential outcomes for the resolution of their case.
When you’re dealing with family law, very few issues are black or white. With this knowledge in mind, we customize each action plan based on the client’s individual needs and goals. Communication is the key to maintaining a productive and positive attorney-client relationship. We dedicate ourselves to answering your pressing questions throughout our representation. Our team takes pride in our accountability and dedication. Our Dallas Divorce Attorneys zealously advocate our client’s wishes and objectives; even at times when the client may not be emotionally ready to do so.
Our super Family Law Attorneys practice the utmost in discretion and professionalism in your case. You can trust our Dallas Family Lawyers to provide sound legal advice in the face of extreme emotional circumstances. We focus on finding the best possible outcome for you and your family. We strive to help you see positive solutions to often very adverse conditions.
Each Dallas Divorce Attorney tries to aid our clients in considering an objective perspective on their case. Including providing them an overall picture of what their life might look like after the legal matter has concluded. Whether it’s their divorce, custody order, modification, or other family law issue, Holmes Diggs has a passion for excellence striving daily to exceed our client’s expectations.
We excel at 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.
When a married couple decide to formally end the marriage relationship, they must file for divorce. Texas law has specific requirements that our firm can help walk you through so that you can end that relationship properly. At the time of divorce, all property obtained during the marriage by either party should be awarded to one person or the other. One reason to file for divorce is that in Texas a person cannot marry again without that first marriage being dissolved. One reason for hiring an attorney is to make sure ALL assets are divided properly and the marriage is properly ended. Our Firm is able to assist you in every aspect of a Divorce case, including Collaborative methods.
Family law is a broad term that encompasses all issues involved in the marriage and family context. Some of those issues are considered their own areas of practice, such as Divorce, Child Custody and Support Issues, and Premarital and Posmarital Agreements and Estate Planning. Our firm deals with all legal aspects of marriage and family relationships on a daily basis.
This area of practice includes child custody, such as possession schedules, the rights a parent has in regard to their child, child support, paternity cases, as well “mistaken paternity”. Texas courts strive to rule in “the best interest of the child” and our firm helps the judge see all sides of the issue so that you can spend the maximum amount of time with your child.
Going through a divorce can cause a whirlwind of different emotions, but one common thread for almost divorces is confusion. What is the process for getting a divorce? How long will it take? What is my role in this process, and what is my lawyer’s role?
Introduction-What Happens in a Divorce? Going through a divorce can cause a whirlwind of different emotions, but one common thread for almost divorces is confusion. What is the process for getting a divorce? How long will it take? What is my role in this process, and what is my lawyer’s role? This series will help
In the event of a divorce, steps to take to protect your separate property. Start by identifying all of your assets you believe are your separate property. In Texas, separate property is property (such as real estate, liquid asset or retirement) that you owned before the marriage or received during the marriage through gift or
After 46 years of law practice and 14 years with the firm of Holmes Diggs, 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. We will greatly miss Bob Eames and his