Family Law in Comal County
Comal County is one of the fastest growing communities in Texas, with a population of 129,048 as of 2015. Because of this, Comal has seen a surge in new home construction, car sales, and demand for public services. Its county seat is New Braunfels, the principal city of the Greater San Antonio area.
For years, the Lyttle Law Firm has served our clients in Comal County, helping them in any matters that require knowledge of family law. Our services come from a place of understanding and empathy; we are all too familiar of the fact that cases involving family law are rarely resolved in a smooth and easy manner, even under the best circumstances. Tensions are high and emotions are strained, making it easy to make mistakes that cause irreparable harm to your family life and finances.Consult a Family Law Attorney Before Making any Sudden Moves
Austin family law attorney Daniella Lyttle of the Lyttle Law Firm is committed to helping clients in the Greater San Antonio and Greater Austin Areas. As a member of the Travis County Women Lawyers' Association, Ms. Lyttle has the expertise to assist in cases involving:
- Divorce and Divorce Strategy – The Lyttle Law Firm can help spouses achieve a smooth and quick separation from their partners. Our legal team will first assess your eligibility for a divorce—Texas law requires that couples must have resided in the state for at least six months before filing for divorce.
- Annulment – There are many instances when an annulment is the better solution for ending a marriage. This option is for our clients in Comal County who want to void any record of their marriage.
- Child Custody – Child custody is one of the most contentious aspects of any separation. Courts will always protect the child’s interests, which is why you need a competent lawyer by your side to show that you deserve legal guardianship of your child’s care and education.
- Property Division – Under Texas law, conjugal property is seen as community property. This means that all assets and income acquired by either spouse during the marriage are owned equally. During a divorce, your lawyer can see to it that these assets are divided equally, or according to your specific circumstances.
- Paternity Rights – Seeking paternity rights in Texas requires biological fathers to affix their signature to an acknowledgment form or their child’s birth certificate. Otherwise, the only option is to seek paternity action, requiring an attorney to represent the father’s interest in the child’s parentage.
Family law cases can have serious consequences on your relationships with your children and spouse. It can also have unexpected repercussions on your assets and finances, compromising your ability to maintain your preferred quality of life.
For matters involving family law and separation in Texas, you need an experienced family law attorney. Contact the legal team of the Lyttle Law Firm for representation in Comal County, as well as Hays, Bastrop, Caldwell, Travis, and Williamson Counties. Call our offices today at (512) 215-5225, or use our contact form to schedule an appointment