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Shannon L. Boudreaux, Attorney at Law P.C. - Houston, TX

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Updated 4/12/2014
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701 North Post Oak Road
Suite 615
Houston, TX 77024-3961


  • Accepts Credit Cards

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Shannon L. Boudreaux, Attorney at Law P.C., leads a Houston, Texas, law firm focused exclusively on assisting people with challenging family law matters, including divorce, child custody, paternity claims, enforcement actions and post-divorce modifications. A 2003 graduate of South Texas College of Law and a member of the Houston and Texas bar associations, Ms. Boudreaux brings extensive experience in negotiations and litigation to each case she handles.

In addition to managing her active litigation practice, family law and divorce lawyer Shannon L. Boudreaux is a certified family law and civil law mediator, aiding people in resolving their disputes without court intervention. Ms. Boudreaux also frequently serves as a court-appointed amicus attorney to assist the court in determining what is in the children's best interests.

Shannon L. Boudreaux takes a balanced, straightforward approach to helping men and women negotiate settlements or reach resolution in court on contested issues such as high-conflict divorce, child custody and visitation, child support, spousal support and marital property division. Clients appreciate her forthright style when weighing issues and offering counsel, as well as her extensive preparation and aggressive advocacy when a trial is necessary.

Shannon L. Boudreaux, Attorney at Law P.C., also handles uncontested divorces, paternity and fathers' rights claims, stepparent adoptions, post-divorce custody and support modifications, and obtaining or contesting protective orders when allegations of domestic violence arise. Her centrally located law firm is a trusted resource for men and women in the Houston metro area and throughout Harris County, Fort Bend County, Montgomery County and Galveston County, Texas. This law firm offers free initial consultations and accepts major credit cards in payment for its services.

Practice Areas

  • Divorce Law
  • High Net Worth Divorce
  • Family Law
  • Child Custody
  • Child Support
  • Custody & Visitation
  • Father's Rights
  • Modifications
  • Enforcement/Contempt
  • Protective Orders

Litigation

  • 100% of Practice Devoted to Litigation
Shannon L. Boudreaux, Attorney at Law P.C. Attorneys

Shannon L. Boudreaux, Attorney at Law P.C. Attorneys

Boudreaux, Shannon L.
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Address

701 North Post Oak Road
Suite 615
Houston, TX 77024-3961

Phones

832-301-8119
877-434-3213 (Toll free)

Faxes

832-334-4130

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Accepts Credit Cards

Yes

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High-Conflict Divorce
If you are among the many facing a high-conflict divorce despite your best efforts to cooperate, our firm is an excellent choice. We can propose innovative solutions and tradeoffs that achieve your goals.

Paternity & Fathers' Rights
Shannon L. Boudreaux has handled numerous paternity cases on behalf of men and women seeking definitive answers and the best outcomes for their children. We can readily answer all questions about Texas laws governing paternity.

Child Support Issues
Attorney Shannon L. Boudreaux is adept at offering parents accurate projections of child support they can expect to pay or receive under various custody scenarios.

Adoptions
Houston stepparent adoption attorney Shannon L. Boudreaux is deeply familiar with the adoption process from multiple perspectives.

Spousal Support
Spousal maintenance is most often an issue for divorcing couples with substantial marital property and assets to divide. Advocacy in such complex, high-conflict divorces is a clear strength for attorney Shannon L. Boudreaux.

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