It might be reasonably argued that, when it comes to legal subject matter and specific practice areas, family law stands alone for its singular complexities and broad-based considerations.
And that is the case for a very simple reason, namely this: Every family in Texas and across the country is flatly unique, with issues and concerns that are unshared in any other case.
In a word, families are organic. What that centrally means is that their legal concerns in a family law matter are intensely personal and different from those that arise in any other context.
That reality in turn necessities legal representation in a divorce case or other family law matter that is widely knowledgeable, client-empathetic and tailored to specific circumstances.
We note the words "personalized guidance" on our website at the well-established family law firm of Krieger & Ongert. Our proven attorneys have advocated diligently on behalf of clients for years from our dual offices in Houston and League City, knowing that optimal legal outcomes owe predominantly to an unstintingly personalized focus in every client matter.
And that simply has to be the case and reflective of the mindset of any caring and competent attorney.
Here's why: Family law matters run the gamut of human possibilities. One case might be primarily centered on high-asset property distribution, while another matter might be acutely focused on child-related concerns such as custody, visitation and parenting plans. Spousal maintenance (alimony), paternity, marital contracts (prenuptial or postnuptial agreements), adoption, the outcome of a family business -- these and myriad other matters can crop up singly or in concert in any family law matter.
Our lawyers are duly sensitive to that, as well as to the fact that some couples might seek to end their marriages in a mediation setting in lieu of a more adversarial approach that commonly features in court under the close scrutiny of a judge.
Our law firm views it as a privilege to closely work with clients during their time of need and to promote optimal outcomes that maximally promote their best interests.
We welcome readers' visits to our blog, as well as questions to the firm regarding any family law matter. We hope you find our blog entries routinely informative and personally relevant.