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High Conflict/Contested Divorce

Experienced Texas Lawyer Handles High-Conflict Divorces

Some lawyers quickly settle cases to obtain resolutions as fast as possible. This is not our law firm's philosophy. We prepare every case to be successful in trial to provide clients with the best result possible. This approach is particularly effective in cases involving high-conflict divorces.

At the Law Office of John Millard, P.C., we are committed to vigorously protecting clients' rights. Attorney Millard is board certified in personal injury by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization - his extensive background as a trial personal injury attorney has prepared him to effectively safeguard clients' rights when getting divorced. Contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation and discover how we can help you.

Protecting Clients in High-Conflict Divorce

For more than 20 years, attorney Millard has vigorously protected clients in highly-contested divorces. Often, emotions run deep, making negotiations outside of court nearly impossible. Mr. Millard often takes over cases from other family law attorneys unprepared for trial.

Early in the legal process, attorney Millard works with forensic accountants to meticulously account for the couple's shared debts and assets, such as:

  • Residential homes
  • Business valuation
  • Retirement accounts
  • 401(k) and savings plans
  • Cabins and recreational toys
  • Savings and checking accounts

We can determine if your estranged spouse as any hidden assets. We are also prepared to aggressively protect the assets you gained before getting married, as well as any money handled separately from your joint finances. Our law firm's detailed focus is critical in helping us safeguard your property division and alimony rights.

Contact Us Today

We have a strong background protecting clients at any stage in a divorce. For example, if your ex-spouse plans to move, we can safeguard your rights and avoid inconvenience this might cause. If is in your child's best interest to remain in the same school district we will strive to achieve this.

Put our experience to work and contact us today to schedule a free initial consultation.

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