Whether an agreed separation or a contentious divorce, I am here to work with you through one of life's biggest and most trying transitions. Most clients have not been through a divorce or had other exposure to the family law system. That is why you need someone with experience to guide you through the process. I have that experience and the desire and ability to communicate with my clients about the process, what to expect, and how to navigate through litigation.
Complex Property Division
From business interests to trusts, investments to real property, intellectual property to complex employment benefits, Hinds Law PLLC stands ready and able to assist you with complex property issues. I will use my skill and experience to help put together expert support as necessary. I regularly work with forensic accountants, tracing experts, and other professionals to analyze the full estate.
Child Custody, Visitation, and Support
Every parent seeks to do what is best for their child. My years of experience in a variety of custody, visitation, and support situations allows me to support you and your family in crafting a plan that is most beneficial to your children. Post divorce issues may arise regarding enforcement or modification. I am prepared to assist you in all such matters.
Pre and Post Marital Agreements
Couples both before a wedding and during their marriage may decide they need a property agreement. Each couples' individual circumstances and plans require an open and honest conversation about how their assets are treated. My experience in drafting, reviewing, negotiating, and litigating these agreements for estates of all sizes will allow me to work with you to ensure your needs are met. One size does not fit all and I take pleasure in making sure each client's unique and individualized concerns are addressed.
I offer consultation services. Our community property system is complex. Many people just want or need a discussion or explanation about how Texas' community property system impacts their property interests. The purchase of a second home or concerns about providing for children or aging parents, can spur the need for a better understanding of community property.