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Family Law Overview

Dallas Lawyers Specializing in Divorce and Family Law

Diana Friedman

Attorney Diana S. Friedman, is a Family Law Specialist certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, a frequent lecturer on divorce-related issues, and a fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers. A seasoned and creative family law attorney, Diana has the knowledge and practical experience to handle even the most complicated divorce or family law dispute. In over 15 years helping clients in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area, Diana has developed the experience you want and need in your divorce lawyer.

Respect · Trust · Client Service · Positive Relationships · Communication

At the law offices of GoransonBain, PLLC, our lawyers understand the emotional stress and financial uncertainty that can accompany a divorce. We strive to listen to your concerns, answer your questions, and provide you with the legal assistance you need. If you are overwhelmed by a divorce or family law dispute, let us use our strength to guide you through this stressful time in your life. Contact us to talk with a divorce lawyer about your concerns.

Divorce · Child Custody · Spousal Support · Complex Property Division

From our Dallas law office, our family law attorneys help clients throughout Dallas-Fort Worth with all types of family law matters, including:

Divorce: We encourage our clients to resolve divorce issues through settlement rather than trial, using negotiation or divorce mediation. When our best efforts at settlement efforts fail, or in cases where settlement is not appropriate, we are fierce advocates for our clients in family court. We have extensive experience representing either spouse in divorces where one or both spouses have a high net worth.

Child custody and visitation: Care and custody of the children is often the most high-conflict part of a divorce. We take the time to make sure our clients understand Texas law regarding child custody and have the necessary information to make sound decisions about custody and visitation arrangements for their children.

Property division: Texas is a community property state. More severe financial consequences can result if a lawyer or client misunderstands the definition of community property and the laws regarding division of marital assets. If you have significant assets or property, you want a divorce lawyer who is skilled at identifying and valuing complex property Complex Property Issues and who can trace hidden marital assets and uncover financial fraud. We work hard to help you receive your fair share of the marital assets in a divorce or separation.

Child support and spousal support: In straightforward cases, calculation of child support can follow the Texas Child Support Guidelines. In complex cases, you may need attorneys who can make compelling arguments for upward or downward deviations. Spousal support is a more flexible decision and can interrelate to the spouses' agreements regarding property division.

Modification of divorce orders: Changes in a parent's work schedule, a move by one of the parents, child abuse or neglect resulting from an addiction, or a teenage child's wish to live with the other parent may warrant modification of a child custody and parenting plan. Disability, job loss, or a promotion resulting in a significant increase or decrease in a parent's income may require a change in child or spousal support. We can help you with any request to modify a divorce decree.

Prenuptial and post-marital agreements: Diana S. Friedman is well-known and respected for her creative and strategic drafting of prenuptial agreements and marital property agreements. These agreements allow spouses to protect separate property, preserve assets for children of a prior marriage, and agree upon property division, alimony and other financial issues in the event of a future divorce. They must be crafted with care.

Enforcement Actions: We handle enforcement actions such as motions to enforce visitation, compel payment of support, and comply with other terms of divorce decrees and family court orders. We also defend individuals facing enforcement actions.

Domestic Abuse and Protective Orders: If you are being abused, or have been accused of domestic abuse or assault, we will protect your interests with motions for protective orders and restraining orders or defenses against these motions.

If you need assistance with your divorce or any other family law matter, please call us at (214) 373-7676 or contact our firm online to schedule an attorney consultation. We invite you to allow us to work for you.

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