What is Collaborative Family Law?

Collaborative Family Law can also be used to resolve issues involving child custody matters, modifications of orders concerning changes in a child’s living environment, parenting plans and possession schedules, grandparent rights, and all other legal matters concerning children.

Collaborative Family Law provides parties with a process that focuses on the most important issues affecting parents and their children. Parker County Collaborative Family Law attorneys strongly believe that “children learn what they live” and offer parties a positive process to resolve parenting conflicts without the necessity of engaging in lengthy, conflict-oriented litigation.