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McClure Law Group Services


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Dallas family law firm, McClure Law Group offers mediation, collaboration and other family law options to keep things civil during a divorce or child custody issues.

Dallas family law firm, McClure Law Group offers mediation, collaboration and other family law options to keep things civil during a divorce or child custody issues.

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  • 1. Dallas Divorce Attorney
    Collaborative Family Law
    McClure Law GroupServices
  • 2. Collaborative Law
    The Collaborative Law approach offers couples facing divorce the following advantages:
    Helps families divide their assets and businesses without destroying them
    Improves opportunities to restructure a family after a divorce without devastation
    Allows for creative solutions that may expand the “pie” that is being divided rather than diminishing it or using it up on divorce costs
    Provides divorcing couples with a more family- and business-friendly way to restructure their relationships
    Provides privacy and flexibility to clients
  • 3. Divorce
    The team of attorneys at the McClure Law Group aim to deliver maximum results utilizing their experience in tax law, complex financial and property matters, litigation, international divorce and family law including issues such as:
    Assets in one or more states
    Complicated income streams including stock options, bonuses, royalty income, etc.
    Property valuation of real estate, businesses and other assets
    Division of IRAs, 401(k) plans, pensions and other retirement accounts
    Division of stock options and restricted stock
    Division of intellectual property, including patents and copyrights
    Business valuation matters
    Division of debt
    Treatment of trusts
    Parenting plans
  • 4. Post-Divorce Modifications
    The most common post-divorce modifications involve:
    child custody
    child support payments
    access to a child
    parenting plans.
    Situations that may justify a modification include those where the parent paying child support experiences an increase or decrease in earning power or where the financial needs of the child have changed.
  • 5. Alternative Dispute Resolution
    provides the parties with an informal but structured forum in which the family, their attorneys and a neutral, unbiased third-party facilitator work as a team toward the resolution of disputed issues — without the need for a judge or jury
    The mediation process is efficient, and provides the parties quick, fair and more cost-effective resolutions.
  • 6. Pre- and post-marital agreements
    The pre-marital agreement (also known as a prenuptial agreement) is signed before the marriage and is used often in second marriages, as well as with those individuals who marry later in life.
    Post-marital agreements are executed after the day of marriage, and they generally involve a large financial change in circumstances in one or both of the marital partners.
  • 7. Custody, Parenting Plans, Child Support
    The attorneys first seek to collaborate with parents and a team of experts in parenting, psychology, wellness, tax and finance to develop realistic and nurturing parenting plans and child support arrangements, rather than proceeding directly to the courtroom.
  • 8. Paternity Issues
    Paternity cases are highly sensitive, emotional matters that can entail complex legal issues such as:
    the paternity of a child
    parent’s rights
    disestablishment of paternity
    termination of parental rights
    child custody
    child support and parenting plans
    name changes
    adoption and legal guardianship
  • 9. Appeals
    If you are dissatisfied with the result of your final divorce decree, there may be reasonable cause to appeal to the Court of Appeals or the Texas Supreme Court.
    Appealing a divorce decree is complex and involves several steps:
    Investigation of the original court case
    Preparation of a thorough and persuasive brief
    Petition and attend all hearings as well as be fierce advocates in courtroom if a hearing is granted
  • 10. Highland Park/Dallas
    Collin County
    By Appointment only
    8115 Preston RoadSuite 270Dallas TX 75225
    Telephone: 14.692.8200
    Facsimile: 214.692.8255
    Directionsclick here
    101 E Park Blvd.Suite 600Plano TX 75024
    Telephone: 972.516.3850
    Directionsclick here