Skilled Legal Guidance In Family Law Cases Involving Children
Many family law firms in Texas focus primarily on divorce cases. This is not true at Albano Law, PLLC, in Plano, where we prioritize the best interests of children and dedicate a significant portion of our practice to children’s issues.
Led by Christine G. Albano, an attorney *Board-Certified in Family Law, we handle a variety of cases involving children and their well-being. In all cases, we aim to resolve legal disputes in a way that minimizes emotional trauma to children to the extent possible. We believe that when it comes to child custody, possession and other matters, negotiation and settlement are almost always preferable to trial.
We strive toward amicable settlements whenever possible to reduce the potential destruction of cooperative parenting relationships and parent-child relationships.
However, when cases must be tried in order to protect a child’s interests or a parent’s rights, our clients can be confident they will receive strong representation in court.
Our Practice Areas
We skillfully and strategically represent clients in the following types of cases involving children, among others:
- Child custody and possession
- Child support
- Enforcement of child support and other orders
- Child custody and support cases involving children with special needs
- Legal modifications of existing orders
- Texas Child Protective Services cases
- Paternity and mistaken paternity and fathers’ rights issues
- Stepparent and foster parent adoption
- Legal issues faced by grandparents
- Domestic violence and abuse
When you need a compassionate, competent and committed attorney to represent you in a legal matter involving your child, you can trust Ms. Albano.
Ms. Albano is a well-respected and experienced lawyer who provides personal, responsive and results-oriented legal counsel. Read what some of her clients have to say here.
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*Christine Albano is Board-Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.