Experienced And Compassionate Guidance For Difficult Family Matters

Call Scheduling and Payments

Potential New Clients – Use this Link to Schedule a Consultation

Potential clients may use this link to schedule a free 15-minute consultation.


Current Clients – Use this Link to Schedule a Call about Your Case:

Use this link to schedule a call with your attorney.


Use this Link to Make a Payment on Your Case:

Please include Client Name in the Reason for Payment field.



Potential New Client Intake Form

If you would like to schedule a consultation, please complete this New Client Intake Form to provide basic information about your case. This allows us to serve you better!


Child Support Set-up Sheet

This is a child support setup form that is required by nearly all counties to setup a child support account if child support is ordered.


Helpful Client Resource Information and Links

Child Support Calculator

Using this calculator can give you a general idea of what to expect if you are ordered to pay or receive child support.

OAG Child Support Calculator

SPO Visitation Calculator

This calendar is created annually by the OAG. The calendar identifies which the 1st, 3rd, and 5th, as well as standard holidays.

OAG’s Annual visitation calendar

Standard Possession Order

This Standard Possession Order outlines the language from the Texas Family Code for a possession (aka visitation) schedule.

Standard Possession Order

Proper Courtroom Attire

Dress for Court

When you appear in court, you should wear appropriate business attire. You should dress neatly, and exercise common sense when you select clothing and footwear for court.

Recommended clothing is as follows:

  • A business suit
  • A dress (dresses that are sleeveless should be accompanied by a blazer, jacket, or cardigan)
  • A skirt with a blouse or sweater, or tailored slacks with a professional top or blouse
  • Khakis or similar dress pants with a collared dress shirt
  • Nice jeans with a dress shirt, blouse, or sweater

Do not wear shorts, tank tops, ball caps, or T-shirts. Do not wear flip flops, Crocs, or other “casual” footwear. Dress sandals for women are typically allowed, but may not be accepted in all courtrooms. If you wear jeans, do not wear jeans with holes, rips, tears, or fraying.

Women should avoid low-cut tops and short skirts or dresses.

Your hair should be combed and neat, and make-up should be worn in a professional, non-excessive manner. Your hair should be colored only natural colors (e.g., no pink, blue, orange, green, etc.).

Some courts are more relaxed than others with regard to dress code, but each court can exercise its own judgment on the propriety of attire and may make orders on a case-by-case basis.

Your appearance in court may be the very first, or one of the few times that the Judge in your case sees you. Your attire should reflect that your case is important to you, and that you took the time to properly prepare for your court appearance. Inappropriate or unprofessional dress can appear disrespectful towards the Court/ Judge (who will be making decisions about your case).