We Focus Exclusively On Family Law
Ending a marriage is one of the most fraught and difficult decisions you will make. Any time you interact with Texas family court, you will undoubtedly face decisions and concerns that you never thought you would have to confront.
At Kell & Fiegel, PLLC, we understand the pressures on you, and we are here to help. We devote our entire practice to offering clients a professional, thorough solution to any family law situation. If you have a divorce or child custody concern, reach out to us to find out how we can help.
Our Comprehensive Family Law Practice
We have been representing individuals in Bexar County and the San Antonio area since 2005, and we can help with a range of family law issues, including:
- Divorce: When you work with us, you can immediately improve your legal position in your divorce or separation. We are at the Bexar County Courthouse in San Antonio nearly every day. We know every nuance of the legal landscape in Bexar County.
- Child custody and visitation: Where your kids live and how often you get to see them are big issues. We will vigorously advocate for you, both in the courtroom and in negotiations with the other side.
- Enforcing and modifying divorce decrees: The divorce process seldom ends when the judge signs the decree. We can help you change your custody and support orders to reflect the realities of your life.
- Fathers’ rights: Fathers want a level playing field in divorce proceedings. Our skills and experience give them that.
Improve Your Odds Of A Successful Outcome
We tell our clients that family law is like a basketball shot. In basketball, an excellent shot leaves the shooter’s hand with a beautiful spin. The ball travels through the air on what appears to be a perfect arc. Yet, there is no guarantee that the shot will go through the hoop.
Family law is similar. At our firm, we meticulously prepare our clients’ cases. We put them in a strong position to get what they want. Their odds improve when we are on their side, but there is no guarantee that the judges will grant everything they want.