Family Law

East Texas Family Law Advocates

At The Hollwarth Law Firm, we know family matters, and we take a children-first approach to all of our family law cases. Children are our passion and we make every effort we can to protect the best interests of the children involved in our cases no matter the circumstances.

Our passion for children does not mean we lack the conviction or dedication to help you achieve your desired results in other areas of family law, such as dividing your community estate – large or small – or helping to protect you from an abusive relationship. Our purpose is to help you achieve the best possible outcome in your family law case, consistent with the law and the specific facts of your situation. Whether that means aggressively pursuing litigation or taking a more nuanced approach through negotiation or alternative dispute resolution methods like mediation, we will work with you each step of the way to formulate the best plan for each step of your journey.

We understand that legal matters involving your family can be frightening, but you can rest assured that we will take the time to fully understand your situation, your needs, and your goals—all the while addressing all of your deepest fears and concerns regarding the process.

The practice of family law—our firm’s sole focus—encompasses a wide variety of scenarios for which you could potentially need legal guidance and advocacy. The specific services offered by our law firm include, but are not limited to:

Contested divorce (with or without children)
Uncontested divorce (with or without children)
Divorce following a common-law marriage
Establishing paternity
Child support
Pre- and post-marital agreements
Protective orders
Agreements incident to divorce
Modification of prior court orders
Grandparent rights
Termination of parental rights
Stepparent adoptions
Unrelated adoptions
Lawsuits involving Child Protective Services (CPS)

If you need legal guidance in any of the aforementioned areas, please contact us right away to set up an initial consultation where we can discuss your situation and your options.

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