Family Law & Divorce

 Houston Family Law Lawyers

If you are contemplating divorce, or your spouse is seeking a divorce, you need an experienced Texas divorce lawyer to advise you about divorce in Texas, protect your rights, and advocate for you. We advise divorce and family law clients throughout Houston and the surrounding area, including Montgomery, Brazoria, Chambers, Galveston, Waller, Fort Bend, and Harris counties.

Texas is a community property state, and the laws here are different than in most states. To learn more about the unique laws governing divorce and family law in Texas, see our Texas Divorce FAQs page.

No one enters a marriage expecting it to end in divorce. The process of ending a marriage is often the most difficult time a family must go through. Our goal is to try to minimize your difficulties and help you get through the process while keeping your life and your relationships as intact as possible. Unlike other legal disputes, opposing parties in a divorce are likely to have some form of continuing contact, especially when children are involved. We will work with you to help you try to do what is best for your children. We work hard to help you achieve amicable and realistic agreements that will help preserve your relationships and allow you and your family to move on.

Unfortunately for some couples, a positive and amicable divorce settlement is difficult to obtain. When dealing with unreasonable parties, we are always prepared to vigorously advocate for you in family court.

At Zukowski, Bresenhan & Piazza LLP, we negotiate agreements and litigate disputes involving every aspect of family law and divorce, including pre-nuptials, post-nuptials, child custody and disputes, child and spousal support, legal counsel and planning, post divorce counseling, children’s trusts, family trusts, and complex financial issues involving insurance proceeds, the valuation and distribution of assets, debt, and net worth.

The attorneys in our divorce and family law practice are Maurice Bresenhan, Jr. .

To learn more about divorce in Texas, see our Texas Divorce FAQs page.

Contact our family law and divorce attorneys to schedule an appointment.