Family Law Litigation in the County Courts
The most difficult point in any divorce is deciding when to go to court. Our system does not lend itself to healthy negotiations. That is why divorce mediation and collaborative family law were developed.
However, there are times when alternative means of resolving your family law dispute are not appropriate and family law litigation is the only viable option. For this you will want a seasoned family law litigation attorney.
When litigation is the only viable option
You have rights under the law. And if the means of last resort to protect your rights is going to court, you need an attorney very experienced and effective in that environment.
Contact Chris Spofford to learn about your family law litigation options and how he can help you with your choices.
Chris Spofford has tried a vast number of family law cases since he was admitted to the Texas State Bar in 1986. He has been Board Certified in Family Law since 1993. He has tried everything from a one hour dispute to a month long trial. He has tried child custody cases, visitation disputes, cases involving domestic violence, complex property division cases with issues of separate and community property, and paternity cases.
Board certified in family law litigation
To become Board Certified in Family Law by the State of Texas requires a showing of special competence in family law litigation. Chris became Board Certified in 1993 and has been re-certified four times since then in 1998, 2003, 2008 and 2013.
There are times when Family Law litigation involves divorce mediation and times when litigation can be avoided through collaborative family law. Chris Spofford has extensive experience in both divorce mediation and collaborative family law.
Go to our Resources Page for information about “Finding your way around Family Law Courts.”