Protecting The Best Interests Of Your Children

Most parents are committed, active participants in the lives of their children. They want to be sure that they are there for those important milestones. They want to participate when it is necessary to make major decisions, and they want to be sure that the best interests of the children are being protected at all times.

When divorce or the end of a relationship becomes a real possibility, the parties need to determine the amount of time that each parent will be able to spend with the child, who will make important decisions and how. This is a difficult time in any parent's life, and it is important that you have someone on your side working with you to help you understand your rights and options at this time and to find solutions for your family.

A Law Firm Committed To Your Needs

At Kubinski & Nichols, P.C., our attorneys have over five decades of combined legal experience. Both of our attorneys are Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, and know the difficult issues that often develop in these cases. Our team helps with a number of different types of cases that affect the parent-child relationships, including:

  • Establishing or contesting paternity
  • Conservatorship, custody, and parenting arrangements
  • Setting, modifying and enforcing child support
  • Protecting the rights of grandparents and other third parties who have been substantially involved in the care of the child
  • Effectively achieving co-parenting after matters of high conflict
  • Helping parents modify and enforce existing prior court orders

The emotion of these cases often prevents many from being resolved amicably. We know how difficult it can be to find common ground in these situations, and we want you to know that we are looking out for you. We will work tirelessly to find solutions that help you achieve your desired goals.

Kubinski & Nichols, P.C. offers effective advocacy both in and out of the courtroom. When efforts to resolve matters through negotiations, informal settlement or mediation have been unsuccessful, Paul and Amy will stand with you to effectively present the contested matters to the judge or jury for their consideration.

Experienced Attorneys Focused On Helping Your Family

To learn more about how we can help you with your custody or paternity case, please call our El Paso office at 915-519-1168 or send us an email using our contact form. Our lawyers offer free consultations to military members and their spouses, as well as senior citizens (65 and up).