Family Law

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Comprehensive Family Law Services Tailored To Your Needs

When you are facing legal matters that affect your family, you need prompt, compassionate, experienced representation. At Scott, Ray, Pemberton & Goll, PLLC, we are here to help.

From our offices in Greenville and McKinney, we use more than 40 years of experience to assist our family law clients in Greenville, Rockwall, McKinney, Frisco, Prosper, Celina, and the surrounding communities. We know how difficult these situations can be and are dedicated to resolving the matters as efficiently and effectively as possible. Your attorney will be by your side every step of the way.

Types Of Family Law Cases

Our lawyers offer representation in a wide variety of family law matters, including:

  • Divorce: Whether you are involved in an uncontested divorce or an emotionally charged contested divorce, straightforward divorce or complex high-asset divorce, we handle all types of divorce matters.
  • Child custody: Our firm takes the time to explain the different types of child custody arrangements and provides an assessment of which one may suit your needs while being in the best interests of the children.
  • Child support: Unless otherwise agreed upon, the noncustodial parent will likely be ordered to pay child support based on the number of children and other factors, which our firm can explain based on your specific case.
  • Property division: We will help you understand how Texas community property laws affect the division of your marital assets and property.
  • Alimony (spousal support): While not every divorce involves alimony payments from one spouse to the other, your lawyer can evaluate your situation and determine what your rights and obligations are.

Get Started With Us Today

Schedule a consultation with a member of our highly respected legal team today and begin moving forward toward a solution to your family law challenges. Call our office today at 972-525-5872 or 903-454-0044, or contact us online.