Divorce Attorney & Family Law Attorney Austin TX
Evans Law Group is exclusively a family law practice. Evans Law Group 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. Divorce and custody disputes are life changing events that can have emotional as well as financial costs. 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 Law Group 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. We take pride in our ability to resolve your case in a professional, collaborative, and dignified manner by agreement, while keeping a watchful eye on protecting our client’s rights – whether it be property or the rights as it relates to your children.
Our principal attorney, James W. Evans (known as “Jimmy”) 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. Mr. Evans is a member of the Texas Family Law Foundation, a member of the Texas Academy of Family Law Specialists, and is in the review process of obtaining an “AV” rating with Martindale Hubble.
Our team includes three paralegals. Two of them are board certified in family law by the Texas board of Legal Specialization. One is a graduate of the University of Texas with a tax and extensive finance background and one is a retired elementary school principal. Combined, our team brings a very comprehensive and unique perspective.
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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