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Family Law 2017-03-19T22:48:41+00:00

San Antonio Family Law Lawyer

Bexar County Divorce Lawyer

Our Texas legal team understands the significant emotional and financial hardships associated with divorce and other family law matters. We approach complicated legal issues creatively to help ensure effective, efficient resolutions.

At The Law Office of Patricia Jay, our comprehensive family law practice includes the following:

Child custody: In Texas, custody and visitation are called conservatorships and possession. We help mothers and fathers determine appropriate arrangements. When both parties cannot agree, we protect our clients’ rights at trial.

Child support: Our San Antonio family law attorney, Patricia Jay, has extensive experience evaluating situations to determine child support.

Adoptions and parental rights terminations: We provide guidance and representation for all types of adoptions. We also understand the complicated process required to terminate parental rights.

Prenuptial agreements: We review, revise and draft agreements to ensure they follow appropriate guidelines.

Grandparents’ rights: We act as both defense and plaintiff’s attorneys in grandparents’ conservatorships and possession cases.

Enforcement: We provide representation to ensure child support and child custody orders are enforced.

Paternity: We represent mothers and fathers who wish to fight paternity and/or establish paternity. We understand the different types of presumptions and requirements associated with paternity actions.

Modifications: When individuals experience a significant change of circumstances, they can obtain child support, child custody and visitation modifications. We represent those pursuing modifications, and those opposed to modifications.

Military Divorces

At The Law Office of Patricia Jay, we understand the unique challenges military personnel face when going through divorces. Depending on the circumstances, property division can be complex. We have experience working with domestic relationship orders to divide retirement benefits. Additionally, military divorces can create child custody and visitation complications. Whether you are a Texas resident or you are stationed in Texas, we can evaluate your situation from every angle to determine the best course of action.

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We invite you to contact us online or at (210) 223-7100 to discuss your family law, criminal law or collections matter with a qualified lawyer. We are located in downtown San Antonio. We offer free parking. Se habla español.

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