FAMILY LAW ATTORNEYS
LOCATED IN COLLEYVILLE, TEXAS
Since 1994 Jack Byno & Associates have represented clients in Tarrant County, Texas, with family law matters, such as divorce, adoption, child custody and visitation, child support, collaborative law, post-divorce modifications, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, and property division.
Our knowledge and experience are here to serve your needs. Whether your case can be settled outside of court or requires a trial, you can be assured that our legal professionals are here to protect your rights.
CALL A COLLEYVILLE LAWYER AT 817-685-0912
FAMILY LAW PRACTICE AREAS
The end of a marriage is never easy for anyone. Whether you are choosing to file a divorce petition or have been served with one, making the right decisions and knowing your rights can be difficult. The family law attorneys of Jack Byno & Associates are here to objectively determine what to do. You need an experienced divorce lawyer to help you decide on complex issues, such as child custody, visitation and support. Consult a divorce attorney to hear what you can expect regarding property division and retirement funds. Are you entitled to spousal support? Do you need a restraining order?
Adoption should be one of the happiest moments for your family. The adoption lawyers of Jack Byno & Associates are pleased to help you navigate the legal system. The process should be a happy one because there are no legal battles to be fought. However, the process can be complex, stressful, and full of anxiety. Let the legal professional of our office help take you step by step through the adoption process.
CALL US FOR A CONSULTATION AT 817-685-0912.
CHILD CUSTODY, SUPPORT AND VISITATION
Divorce is an emotional roller coaster full of highs and lows. Often the hardest part of marital dissolution is determining child custody and support. Since 1994 our divorce lawyers have represented both men and women on each side of the custody issue. Do you know what a standard visitation is? Do you know how much child support is required by law? Have you considered insurance coverage for your child? Call us today to set up a consultation to discuss your case.
Not every divorce is full of anger and contest. Many people are able to go through the divorce process amicably. If you and your spouse are on good terms, although your marriage is over, this may be the best route for you. The basic premise of collaborative law is that you and your spouse can work cooperatively to resolve issues such as child custody and support, as well as, property settlement. There is no need for a divorce to be long, heated and expensive. Contact the family law attorneys of Jack Byno & Associates today to schedule a consultation.
Your divorce may have occurred some time ago, but there has been a material change in circumstances for either you or your ex-spouse. Do you think you are entitled to pay less child support or receive an increase? Are either you or your ex-spouse contemplating moving far away? Know your rights! Our experienced family law lawyers are here to assist you.
PRENUPTIAL AND POSTNUPTIAL AGREEMENTS
The practical side of marriage is that is a contract between two individuals. If you do not have an agreement the state will enforce one upon you if you should divorce. If you have substantial personal wealth that you are bringing into the marriage or have children from a previous relationship whose property interests you want to protect, a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement can help eliminate concerns. Let the legal professionals of Jack Byno & Associates help answer your questions.