Your family may be experiencing serious discord. If it’s time to contact a family law attorney in Denton, contact Megan B. Rachel, Attorney At Law, handling divorces, child custody and visitation, child support, guardianship and probate. We can help with all of the previous listed concerns as well as provide legal representation for your children and incapacitated adult family members.
Megan B. Rachel, Attorney At Law offers expert representation for complex, contested and uncontested divorces. When you and your spouse have a high net worth, other marital property that must be divided, child custody issues and/or a large amount of debt, it is often classified as a complex divorce. You’ll need excellent help to resolve all the issues involved in any divorce. You can trust that hiring our services at the firm, which is headed by Megan Rachel, is a guarantee that you’ll receive caring and knowledgeable advice and legal support. We’ve been in business for more than 20 years and we have successfully served hundreds of clients.
Child Custody, Child Support and Visitation
Conflicts and challenges are often a part of a divorce settlement especially if children are involved. The health, work and personal schedule, the relocation or long distance location of your ex-spouse and other concerns all create difficulties for arriving at amicable custody or visitation agreements. Lastly, money allocation is another volatile topic generating great dissonance in child support cases. We handle every aspect of the dissolution of a marriage and the consequent disruption of family life with great care and attention to detail that such complicated matters frequently demand.
Trust our law firm. Work with an excellent family law attorney, who will help you through a difficult time. We understand the dissolution of a marriage can be more emotionally challenging than the passing of a loved one. With the right legal representation, the process can be made a little easier, at the least, less stressful and confusing. We’ll insure your rights are upheld and keep you abreast of the steps we plan to take on your behalf. Lastly, we’ll keep you well informed throughout the proceedings until you receive your final decree.