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At BurnettTurner, our goal is to provide you with the highest level of family law expertise available. But we also strive to bring you peace of mind. We’re well aware of the stress and anxiety that naturally come with many family law issues. Because of this, we work hard to find the right approach for you — one that not only helps you achieve your goals, but also minimizes the stress, disruption and emotional strain.

Learn more about our services by using the links below. Better yet, contact us and see how we can tailor a compassionate approach to the issues you and your family are facing.


No two divorces are alike. But whether your divorce is amicable, collaborative or destined for litigation, one thing is true: The more you have at risk, the more you need the services of a proven divorce attorney who is committed to protecting the things that matter most to you.

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Child Custody & Support

All too often, the anger caused by divorce or separation leads to disputes that have an adverse affect on the children involved. In some instances, the ability to maintain a quality relationship with your child is used as a weapon or bargaining tool in a larger battle.

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Complex Property Division

A fair marital property division is often the most important issue to be resolved in the divorce process. Divorce is forever, and the impact it has on your financial status can be permanent.

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Pre & Postnuptial Agreements

Under Texas law, future spouses have a right to enter into a pre-marital agreement. This agreement can have a dramatic effect on a future divorce, property division, and spousal maintenance.

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Conflict Resolution

In most Texas counties, divorcing couples are required to attend mediation before their case goes to trial. As a result, the mediation process often determines the final details of the divorce settlement and custody agreement. With so much at stake, you need an experienced attorney who is well versed in how to help you achieve your objectives.

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Alimony/Spousal Support

One of the most frequently asked questions in a divorce is whether one party can be ordered to pay alimony to the other. Texas prevents courts from ordering a spouse to make alimony payments.

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