El Paso Family Law Attorney
Divorce, Child Custody and More
Divorce and other legal matters involving your family can be painful having lasting effects on your family dynamic. Finding the right attorney who will stand by your side and fight for your best interests in and out of the courtroom can bring peace of mind. When you and your loved ones are given a chance to achieve a positive resolution, you can better plan for the future, including the future of your children. If, however, you are unable to come to an agreement, having the right lawyer can make the difference in protecting what matters most.
Hall Law offers comprehensive support for clients facing stressful legal challenges. At our firm, you will always be treated like family. Call (915) 529-0233 to schedule an appointment.
How Can We Help You?
Our El Paso family law attorney offers compassionate help to those who are ending a marriage, are engaged in a parenting dispute, or who require assistance for another domestic issue. From military service members to parents concerned about their child’s future, Attorney Heather H. Hall applies her more than 20 years of legal experience to achieve results that protect your legal rights and emotional wellbeing.
Legal Assistance In or Outside of the Courtroom
Under Texas law, parents, whether they are married or not, should share responsibility in funding and caring for the needs of their shared minor children. Parents who are divorced or those who no longer live together must first have a custody plan in place. The parent without primary custody is then required to pay the other parent a portion of their income in the form of child support.
The issues of custody and support can be contentious, particularly when parents cannot come to an agreement on who will have primary custody or there is a disagreement over the amount of support that should be paid. In these cases, the decision falls to a judge, who may not know your unique situation. As your lawyer, we can build your case for custody or support based on your current income, earning capacity, needs of your child, and other important factors. We can also help when the parent who is paying support fails to make their payments, or when circumstances dictate that a modification of your payments is necessary.
If you are facing a stressful family law matter, know that you are not alone. Contact Hall Lawto schedule a consultation over the phone or via Zoom at your convenience.