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Williamson County Family Law Attorneys

Counsel for Divorce, Child Custody, and Child Support Matters

Family law cases are sensitive and emotional. Whether you are going through a divorce, determining child custody, or seeking child support, attempting to navigate the complexities of your case can be overwhelming. Fortunately, you do not have to go through this challenging time on your own. A Williamson County family lawyer can guide you through every stage of the process.

At Smith & Vinson Law Firm, our Williamson County family law lawyers will stand by you throughout your case. We recognize that how these matters are settled can affect your relationships, finances, and future. That is why we listen carefully to your goals and needs and remain your trusted ally as we work to protect the best interests of you and your family. Delivering personalized legal representation, we will develop innovative and thoughtful solutions to determine a path forward for your unique situation.

To speak with one of our family law attorneys in Williamson County about your case, please contact us at (512) 359-3743today.

Delivering the Guidance You Need for Your Family Law Case

Resolving a family law dispute often requires navigating complicated legal processes. Various statutes, court decisions, and guidelines direct the actions you must take to settle your matter. Missing a deadline, failing to comply with legal procedures, or making other missteps can substantially impact the outcome of your case.

Our Williamson County family lawyers, knowledgeable about Texas's family law statutes and procedures, are here to assist in unraveling the intricacies of your case. We can help you understand the law and your rights and responsibilities by answering your questions and addressing your concerns. When you hire us, we will provide you with the details you need to make well-informed decisions about how your case moves forward.

Types of Family Law Cases We Handle

Working through a family law issue can be one of the most difficult experiences of your life. During this time, it is beneficial to have an advocate on your side taking care of the legal details, allowing you to focus on you and your family.

At Smith & Vinson Law Firm, our Williamson County family lawyers offer representation for the following family law matters:

  • Divorce: A divorce can be contested (the parties do not agree on how issues should be settled) or uncontested (the parties do not have any disagreements about resolving issues). Regardless of the situation, it's essential to receive counsel from an attorney who can ensure that your rights are protected.
  • Child custody: Legal referred to as conservatorship in Texas, custody can be decided in several ways. One parent may be the sole managing conservator (they alone have the right to make legal decisions concerning the child's upbringing), both parents may be named joint managing conservators (they each have parental rights and duties), or one parent may be the possessory conservator (they do not have the right to make legal decisions but may be granted visitation).
  • Child support: Various factors are considered when calculating child support payments, such as the number of children, the non-custodial parent's net income, and the living expenses for the children. The amount decided on must be fair for the paying spouse and meet the children's financial needs.

Contact Our Firm for Help with Your Family Law Case

We work hard for our clients and always keep their needs in focus as we explore legal options. Whether you need help with a divorce, child custody, or child support matter, our team will leverage our negotiation and litigation skills to seek fair resolutions.

Schedule a free consultation with a Williamson County family law attorney by calling (512) 359-3743 or submitting an online contact form today.

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A Proven Track Record

Check Out Our Recent Case Results
  • Charges Reduced Intoxication Assault Causing Serious Bodily Injury

    Our client was charged with 5 Felony Counts including Intoxication Assault causing Serious Bodily Injury after being involved in a vehicle/pedicab accident that injured 3 people, one with life-threatening injuries. The arresting agency obtained a blood search warrant from our client and he was facing 5 felony counts.

  • Not Guilty DWI .24 Blood Warrant

    Our client was an older male, working professional, and was stopped leaving downtown Round Rock for a traffic violation in March 2019. Major issue with the way blood was analyzed by the DPS analyst (she had prior disciplinary history as well).

  • Case Dismissed Aggravated Assault With a Deadly Weapon

    Our client was charged with felony Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon for allegedly pulling a boxcutter out during an altercation with another man. Our client had no prior contact with law enforcement. We thoroughly investigated the other party, and found that he had a history of violence and assault.

  • Motion to Suppress Granted; Case Dismissed DWI 2nd .209
  • Case Dismissed Assault Family Violence

    Our client was charged with Assault Family Violence during an altercation with his girlfriend after a night out on 6th Street. The complaining witness had a concussion and bite marks on her nose. Upon investigation we learned that the complaining witness had started the fight by pushing and biting our client.

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