Houston, Texas, Divorce Lawyer
No one enters into a marriage expecting it to end. However, the sad fact is that over 50 percent of marriages end in divorce. The process of ending a marriage is often the most difficult, frustrating, and confusing time a family can go through. My goal is to get you through this very difficult time.
I am attorney Leonard Roth, and I have been helping clients in Houston, Texas resolve divorce matters since 1972. Unlike some lawyers, I am here to help, not to make the situation more adversarial, litigious and expensive. Contact me online or call (713) 965-7608 to schedule your appointment with an experienced family law attorney.
Understanding Every Aspect of the Dissolution of Marriage Process
As your lawyer, I will sit down with you, evaluate your case, and advise you of your options. I am a board-certified family law attorney by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization with more than four decades of experience, so you can trust me to protect your rights and your best interests.
I recognize that you need to be fully informed with respect to the law and procedures of your case. I will help you understand all of your options, so that you can make prudent, rational, and legal decisions when filing for divorce.
Resolving Problems Without Ruining Families
As a trained collaborative law attorney and mediator, I can help you end your marriage in an amicable setting, if at all possible. Often, issues such as child custody, visitation, spousal support and marital property division can be resolved through negotiation or the use of collaborative law.
However, if collaborative law is not an option and a divorce trial is necessary, I am an experienced litigator who will aggressively represent your interests.
If you are looking for a board-certified family law attorney by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization who will provide you with experienced counsel and personalized attention, contact me online or call (713) 965-7608 to schedule an appointment. I serve clients in Houston, Texas, and all surrounding communities.