Divorce And Custody
Serving Clients in Harker Heights and throughout Central Texas
Ending your marriage does not mean ending your relationship with your children. At the Law Office of Keiko Griffin, PLLC, we will help you make important decisions and protect your rights. We are dedicated to guiding our clients through divorce and child custody matters to reach positive resolutions. Although every client has a unique situation, many of our clients have similar questions, such as:
- Can my spouse take my children away from me?
- Who will get the house?
- How will I support a household on my income?
Legally ending a marriage involves making important decisions. We will give you honest legal guidance about your situation and help you make important decisions on issues such as the following:
With regard to child custody, we recognize that your children have a right to a relationship with both parents. We will help you create a child custody and visitation plan that meets your need to enjoy a meaningful relationship with your child after divorce. Even if you were never married but are separating, you may still have a need for a family lawyer to settle custody and child support disputes, or for guidance on paternity and DNA testing.
Depending on the circumstances of your divorce, your property will be divided equitably between you and your spouse. To reach a fair division of property, we will work hard to determine what property is separate and what is marital.
Our firm is completely focused on helping families in Texas. Most of the time, it is important to negotiate with your spouse about these issues. Although we are willing to bring your case to the courtroom, it is often less emotionally and financially taxing to resolve issues amicably with the sound guidance of a lawyer.
Going through a divorce can be difficult. If you need a compassionate lawyer to guide you through the legal process and aggressively protect your rights in Bell County, Williamson County, Travis County, or Coryell County, call 512-256-0780 or 254-690-2202 or contact us online. Ask to see if a free consultation can be offered for your case with Keiko Griffin, also known as Keiko Anderson, with no further obligation.
“I inquired about the necessary steps needed to file for adivorce petition. Ireceived courteous professional help from all the staff members in the office. When the time came later in the fall of 2009 I went back to file again. Both times, I received courteous, professional and knowledgeable information in regards to my personal case. For others who find themselves at a crossroads in their lives I have recommended this law firm.”