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San Antonio Family Law Attorneys

Providing Effective Legal Guidance for More Than 35 Years

Wilson Law’s family lawyers in San Antonio TX can help you with a wide range of legal issues, including child custody and support, termination of parental rights, and adoption. We will work diligently to protect your best interests and ensure that you are treated fairly in court.

Family law is a substantial part of our practice. Clients often choose our San Antonio family law firm due to the sensitivity and respect of our legal representation. Family law cases are often stressful and involve conflict. At Wilson Law, our attorneys understand the difficulty of these situations, and their emotional effects, and are dedicated to providing you with legal advice for the best resolution.

Our San Antonio family lawyers are trained in Collaborative Law for a cooperative resolution to Texas family law matters. With the Collaborative Law process, we create a path for open communication of issues between parties and work to resolve them in a private and dignified manner for all involved.

Hire the best family law attorney in San Antonio to handle your case. Contact Wilson Law today to schedule a private consultation: call (210) 405-4919 to get started.

Protect Your Rights and Achieve Fair Resolutions

Whether you are facing a divorce, child custody dispute, or need assistance with child support or termination of parental rights, our team is here to support you every step of the way. We understand that family law matters can be emotionally charged and complex, and we strive to achieve fair resolutions that prioritize the best interests of you and your loved ones.

When you choose Wilson Law, you can expect:

  • Personalized attention and compassionate representation
  • Thorough understanding of Texas family law regulations
  • Strong advocacy to protect your rights and interests
  • Clear and effective communication throughout the legal process
  • Experienced negotiation and litigation skills

Commonly Asked Questions

What is family law?

Family law is a branch of law that deals with legal issues related to family relationships, such as divorce, child custody, adoption, and spousal support.

What is collaborative law?

Collaborative law is an alternative dispute resolution method where both parties work together with their attorneys to reach a mutually beneficial agreement outside of court. It promotes open communication and cooperation.

What is the process of adoption in Texas?

The adoption process in Texas involves several steps, including completing an application, undergoing a home study, attending adoption education classes, and obtaining consent from the child's biological parents or terminating their parental rights.

Can a family law attorney help with domestic violence cases?

Yes, a family law attorney can provide legal assistance and support for victims of domestic violence. They can help obtain protective orders, file for divorce or separation, and ensure the safety and well-being of the victim and any children involved.

Child Support

If you’re facing a child support issue, you need an experienced family law attorney who will fight for what’s best for you and your children.

It can be difficult to know where to turn when you’re dealing with a child support issue. You need a child support attorney in San Antonio who understands the law and who has the experience to get the best results for your family.

Wilson Law has over 35 years of experience representing clients in family law matters, including child support cases. We know what it takes to get the best results for our clients, and we’re ready to fight for you.

Child Custody

As family law attorneys in San Antonio TX, we have seen how a legal separation, divorce, death, parental incompetence, and various other situations can give rise to child custody hearings. Regardless of the reason for the child custody hearing, the cases are never easy.

You need a lawyer who understands the law and has your best interests at heart, especially when child protective services and other social services are involved.

Wilson Law is a San Antonio child custody lawyer with more than 35 years of experience representing families in court. We offer a free consultation to privately discuss your difficult family law matters with our experienced attorneys. Contact our law office today to find out how we can help you get the best possible legal outcome.

Termination of Parental Rights

Our lawyers can assist in proceedings involving the termination of parental rights in Bexar County and the San Antonio area. While sometimes these situations are voluntary, the process may be more complex if the biological parent cannot be located or objects to the termination.

Terminating a parent’s rights is a big decision that the court does not take lightly, especially if domestic violence is involved. It’s essential that the parent understands the legal ramifications of the proceeding.

If you need assistance with this complicated family law case, contact Wilson Law. Our family law firm has over 35 years of experience in this legal specialization and will always fight for the child’s best interests.

  • What does a “temporary order” mean in Texas?

    Texas law does not recognize “legal separations.” Instead, after a divorce is filed, either party may request a “temporary order,” which determines the temporary situation until the divorce is decreed.

    For example, a temporary order can dictate who will remain in the house, pay what bills, and visitation matters for the non-custodial parent. It’s important to understand that a temporary order is not always required. 

    Also, if the parties involved agree to the temporary order, there may not need to be a hearing. However, some situations are so volatile that a judge is asked to impose a temporary order after listening to the evidence presented.

  • Can I record a phone call in Texas without telling the other person on the line that the conversation is being recorded?

    It depends on which state both parties are located in.

    For example, if both parties are in Texas, only one party in the conversation needs to know that the call is being recorded. 

  • In Texas, is marital property automatically divided 50/50?
    Texas law does not insist that property must be divided equally. Instead, a judge will divide the community estate into a “just and right” division.
  • Do I need a prenup?

    You don’t have to have considerable wealth to benefit from a pre-nuptial agreement. Instead, a premarital agreement can help a couple keep the property, income, and debts separate. Conversely, it can even make individual property community property. 

    Premarital Agreements are often used by couples that have children from a previous marriage and want to protect assets for their children from an earlier relationship.

    A pre-nuptial agreement is necessary if a couple would not agree with how Texas law would divide the property, income, and debts after the divorce.

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