Johnson County Family Law Attorney
Serving the Burleson & Tarrant County Area Since 1990
Coontz Cochran, we understand the difficulty of the divorce process and are prepared
to support and guide you during this trying time. Whether you and your
spouse are both looking to end your marriage, or if you need to file while
your spouse is contesting the divorce, we are able to represent you.
Our firm has more than 42 years of combined legal experience, and a Johnson
County divorce lawyer from our team could answer any questions or concerns
you may have about your case. There is no such thing as a "common
format" for divorce. Each case has a myriad of factors to consider.
Jeff Cochran has been handling all forms of divorce and family law including
several high-net worth divorces, for over a decade and has the experience
you need, to address the particulars of your case.
Areas of Practice - Divorce & Family Law
Annulment: makes marriage null and void like it never existed
Divorce: divorce is the legal ending of a marriage between two spouses
Child Support: when one spouse is granted custody, they may be able to obtain a court
order requiring the other parent to make periodic payments in support
of the child
Child Custody: determination of who a child's guardian may be
Modifications: a person's circumstances may change in a way that affects their ability
to comply with a court order
Enforcement: if one spouse is non-compliant with a court order, it may require enforcement.
Visitation: in cases where a parent is a joint managing conservator or a possessory
conservator, they may be issued a court order granting them the right
to visit their child.
Relocation: may interfere with visitation rights or custody orders, which is why
it is important to speak with a divorce attorney before moving out of
town with your child
Spousal Support: the non-dependent spouse may be required to make periodic support payments
for a set length of time or until the recipient spouse no longer needs support
Paternity: determining who the legal father is not only establishes father's
rights and responsibilities but also legal rights for the child as well
Property Distribution: divorcing couples need to divide the marital assets equitably
Domestic Violence: anyone who can prove to the court that they have been or are being abused
by their spouse may be granted a divorce. Protective orders may also be
requested to prevent further abuse before and after the divorce is finalized.
Hire a Johnson County Divorce Attorney
The legal team at Coontz Cochran is prepared to take your call and provide
you with a
free initial consultation. We share more than 42 years of combined experience and are more than
capable of obtaining the results you need. Our firm has been selected
for inclusion in Texas's
Super Lawyers® magazine and has been AV-rated® by Martindale-Hubbell®. Also,
Attorney Coontz is Board Certified as a specialist in civil trial law.
You can rest assured that your representation is highly qualified when
you retain our firm.
Contact us today for your initial consultation.