A lawyer with more than 25 years of experience, Attorney Hart offers a unique background and diverse set of experiences to his family law clients. Having worked with a large law firm, the United States government and an international organization, Mr. Hart brings the highest level of professionalism to his practice and is dedicated to providing attentive, personal service to his clients. Terry L. Hart is a practical and affordable family law and divorce lawyer with offices in the Galleria...Read more
A lawyer with more than 25 years of experience, Attorney Hart offers a unique background and diverse set of experiences to his family law clients. Having worked with a large law firm, the United States government and an international organization, Mr. Hart brings the highest level of professionalism to his practice and is dedicated to providing attentive, personal service to his clients. Terry L. Hart is a practical and affordable family law and divorce lawyer with offices in the Galleria area of Houston, Texas.
A good family law attorney responds compassionately to his clients' circumstances, while at the same time considering the most practical and pragmatic options available to the client. Contact Terry Hart for an initial consultation or call 877-576-7390.
Spanish-Speaking Houston Divorce and Family Law Attorney
Divorce is inevitably an emotional and traumatic experience for the parties involved and their families. Spouses in a divorce must address the practical aspects of the dissolution of their marriage, such as:
- Property and financial matters
- Child custody
- Child support
- Support enforcement
Uncontested and Contested Divorces
Attorney Hart's objective is to obtain the best result possible for his client and his client's family under the circumstances. Obtaining the optimal result for a client is generally best achieved through discussions with the other party and their counsel. Such discussions usually lead to a resolution of the divorce by an agreement in which the parties resolve issues.
In some cases, however, if the parties have fundamental differences of opinion regarding the proper resolution of the case, the case can only be resolved through a more adversarial and litigious process that ends with a contested trial. Whatever approach is called for under the circumstances of your case, Mr. Hart is dedicated to obtaining the best possible result for you.
Child Custody, Visitation and Child Support
In cases involving children, parents enhance their prospects of obtaining a favorable child custody order if they put the needs of their children first. Despite the problems or issues that exist in their own relationship, parents should give priority to addressing the needs of their children.
Mr. Hart provides personal, individualized attention to each of his clients to obtain workable child custody and child support orders that permit parents to meet the needs of their children, while at the same time addressing their unique personal characteristics and necessities. The most optimal child custody and child support orders assure the safety and security of the child while maximizing the child's prospects for healthy physical and emotional development.
Experienced, Spanish-Speaking Attorney in Houston, Texas
As a lawyer who is fluent in Spanish, Mr. offers an important advantage to his Spanish-speaking clients. When you come to attorney Terry Hart's office, you can speak directly with your lawyer in your native language, rather than through a translator.Read less
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