Divorce Attorney Austin TX
Family law is all we do at Evans Family Law Office. We focus entirely on issues related to divorce, custody, and all related issues that you see listed in our areas of practice. Evans Family Law provides thorough and comprehensive family law services in the most simple to the most complex family law matters, including divorce, child custody, child support, modifications of prior orders, and enforcement issues.
Our practice manager, James W. Evans, is board certified in family law by the Texas board of legal specialization and has been in practice since 1995. With more than 100 jury trials to his credit, Mr. Evans has proven to be effective in and out of the courtroom.
Divorce and family law issues can be painful, confusing and frustrating for everyone involved. These issues don’t simply involve legalities; they’re life-changing events with both emotional and financial cost. Most clients who visit our offices to discuss their family law issue have never had to pursue any serious legal matter before, and they’re understandably filled with fear, anxiety and trepidation. At Evans Family Law we provide concisely-expressed expert counsel to help you overcome those emotional obstacles as we develop the most sensible strategies for pursuing your legal objectives
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Agreed & Uncontested Divorce
Couples who are able to come to agreement on the terms of their divorce will find that the process of an agreed divorce can be efficient and straightforward with the help of a skilled divorce attorney.
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