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Montgomery County Family Lawyer

Providing Caring Family Law Representation across Montgomery, Harris, Walker & Grimes Countiesfamily with child

If you have any family law needs, contact our Montgomery County family law firm at Bradford L. Atkinson & Associates, PLLC today. Backed by nearly two decades of experience, our trusted attorney has a comprehensive understanding of this complex area of law. Attorney Atkinson and our team of professionals can efficiently guide you throughout every step of the process while ensuring your rights are fully protected.

Whether you are going through a divorce, need to resolve a child support or custody matter, want to draft a prenuptial agreement, or anything else, we can handle it. Our firm is dedicated to helping our clients resolve their problems, and we will do everything we can to help you get the results you need. You can trust us to provide you with the proficient and personalized legal services you deserve.

Offering Individualized Representation

As a boutique law firm, Bradford L. Atkinson & Associates, PLLC is able to commit 100% of our effort, time, and attention to each and every client we accept. At other, larger law firms, they frequently pass their cases off to inexperienced lawyers or paralegals. With us, you work directly with Attorney Atkinson. Also, as our client, you get an entire team of knowledgeable legal professionals all working on your behalf. We will stay in constant communication with you throughout your case and ensure you are always up to date on its status.

Our knowledgeable family law firm can help answer the following questions, and more:

  • We don’t know what the process entails – how does this work?
  • What happens to my finances?
  • How is this going to play out?
  • What happens with my kids?
  • What does it cost?

Frequently Asked Family Law Questions

Can a dad get full custody in Texas?

Though courts often used to grant favor to mothers during custody battles, that is no longer the case. Texas court recognize that both parents are capable of being the primary caretakers for their children, which means that fathers can be awarded full custody. It won’t necessarily be an easy battle, but having a skilled family law attorney on your side can help.

How is property divided in a divorce?

Texas is a community property state, which means that property acquired during the marriage must be divided during a divorce. Community property must be divided in a way that is equitable under the circumstances, which means that it isn’t necessarily 50/50.

By contrast, separate property, which is property that acquired before the marriage, does not need to be divided during a divorce. Understanding how property is divided during divorce can be difficult. Contact our Conroe divorce attorney today for a confidential consultation.

Contact our dedicated attorneys if you need help with the following:

Contact Our Montgomery County Family Law Attorney Today

Regardless of how difficult your situation may be, we have the experience required to help you resolve it. Our Montgomery County lawyer understands just how emotionally devastating and stressful family law issues can be, which is why we will strive to make the process as easy as possible for you.

Contact our Montgomery County family law firm today at (936) 251-0727 to schedule a consultation.

“There is a level of camaraderie, responsibility and connection I feel for the families I work with. This passion drives what I do. I'm committed to the best possible outcome for my clients. There is life after divorce and we will get them there.”

- Bradford L. Atkinson
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