At Melissa M. Williams
As an Austin family law attorney, Attorney Melissa Williams believes that our traditional adversarial legal system does not provide a good solution for families. Becoming adversaries in court generally results in increased animosity and unnecessary expense. Letting a judge make decisions about your children and your property should be the last resort, not the first.
Collaborative law provides an alternative for people who want a more civilized, peaceful, and private resolution for their divorce issues. This method is especially helpful for parents who are committed to minimizing the negative effect of the divorce on their children, and who want to optimize the post-divorce co-parenting relationship that collaborative family law can offer.
If collaborative law is not an option, it is likely that your divorce can still be resolved without court intervention if both parties are willing to cooperate. Our family law attorney in Austin can help you with all your legal needs in a timely and professional manner.
To schedule a consultation with our lawyer, please either call us at (512) 271-2063 or contact us online.
Creative, Proactive ApproachWe take our clients' cases very seriously and we understand that no two cases are alike. Every case is handled with an open mind and by an attorney who is here to listen to your side of the story.
Board Certified Family Law AttorneyAttorney Melissa Williams has been certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization to practice Family Law in the state of Texas, a high honor speaking to the her dedication.
Specialized FocusThere are peaceful alternatives to traditional litigation divorce. We are experienced in both traditional litigation and collaborative alternatives
Hands-on AdvocacyWhen you hire Melissa M. Williams, you work directly with our attorney. You can rely on her to represent your case fully to the end.
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“Hiring Melissa was the best decision that I made!”
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