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Montgomery County Family Law Attorney

Family law is among the most personal areas of law, which is why if you have any legal issues concerning your family, you must hire a seasoned Montgomery County family law attorney who has significant experience handling the intricacies of such cases. Contact the Bolton Law Firm, P.C. to learn more about how our legal team can provide you with the compassionate and competent assistance you deserve and need.

Montgomery County Family Law Attorney | Fighting for You and Your Children

By hiring a Montgomery County family law attorney here at the Bolton Law Firm, PC, you gain access to decades of legal experience handling various issues that arise in the family law arena. Whether you are in a custody battle, require child support, wish to move away with your child, or need someone who can enforce a family law agreement, you’ve come to the right place.

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The lawyers here at the Bolton Law Firm, PC handle various family law matters, including the following:

  • Adoption: Adopting a child is among the most selfless acts an individual can take. Our firm particularly enjoys guiding parents through the adoption process, as there are few things more rewarding than watching the joy on both the parent’s and their child’s faces as they prepare for the next chapter of their lives. Whether you are seeking a step-parent adoption, domestic adoption, international adoption, or otherwise, our firm is more than happy to help you through every step of the legal process ahead.
  • Child Custody: Child custody is generally the most hotly-contested divorce-related issue, as both parents want to play equal parts in their child’s life. That being said, a judge will ultimately decide your child custody agreement based on what he or she feels is in the best interests of your child. Our firm’s goal is to make sure that the judge understands what truly is in your child’s best interests before deciding.
  • Child Support: When parents get divorced, one parent will often require child support payments to have the financial means to raise their child. Unfortunately, child support is often another hot-button issue when it comes to the divorce process, and frequently, one or both parents will believe that they are being asked too much, or receiving too little. We are here to fight for a fair and just child support agreement on behalf of you and your child.
  • Domestic Violence: For most people, walking through their front door at the end of a long day is a time where they can feel relaxed, welcome, and, most importantly, safe. Unfortunately for many, this is not the case. If you are a victim of domestic violence in Texas, you may currently feel stuck or trapped–you do not have to. Our firm has helped many people get to safety, and we will do everything in our power to do the same for you. You are not alone. We are on your side.
  • Parenting Time: Parents who were not awarded primary custody of their children are often granted parenting time, wherein they can visit their children according to a schedule. This schedule allows them to remain a part of their child’s life, which is beneficial both to the child and his or her parents.
  • Paternity: Fathers, just like mothers, have rights when it comes to raising their child. However, for a father to have such rights, he or she must prove paternity. Unfortunately, depending on the circumstances, proving paternity can be challenging, which is why you may require the services of a knowledgeable attorney.
  • Parental Rights: Parental rights refer to a parent’s right to raise their child. Though every parent has these rights, certain circumstances may warrant a formal termination of those rights. These cases can be extremely complicated, and if you believe that your parental rights are at stake, you must speak with our Montgomery County family law attorney today.
  • Relocation: When a custodial parent seeks to move out of state, or even a few counties over with their child, he or she will require either the permission of the noncustodial parent, or the permission of a judge. Whether you are looking to relocate with your child or you are opposing your former spouse moving away with your child, our firm is here to help.
  • Post-Judgment Modifications: After a divorce has been finalized, it is very common for circumstances to change, thereby making it so the initial divorce agreement no longer reflects either spouse’s current situation in life. When this happens, spouses often request post-judgment modifications to update the terms of their divorce.
  • Post-Judgment Enforcement: When a former spouse is refusing to abide by the terms of a divorce agreement, such as by neglecting to pay child support, disregarding the established child custody agreement, or otherwise, our firm can help you conduct post-judgment enforcement. This will ensure that your former spouse gets back to following your divorce agreement once again.

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Contact a Montgomery County Family Law Attorney

No matter the issue at hand, our firm is here to help you from start to finish. We realize how important family law matters are, which is why we will provide you with the compassionate, personalized attention you deserve. With us on your side, you will never feel alone at any phase of the process. For any further questions, or if you are ready to get started, please do not hesitate to call or contact the Bolton Law Firm, P.C. today.

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