LGBT Family Law Issues
Superior Divorce Lawyers in Houston
On June 25, 2015, the Supreme Court of the United States made the monumental decision to make same-sex marriages legal in all fifty states with their ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges. In addition to granting the LGBT community greater constitutional rights, it also gave rise to family law issues. With marriage being legal in all communities, divorce is also a possibility. Our skilled Houston divorce attorneys have the experience and knowledge necessary to effectively represent our clients. We can help you navigate the complicated legal issues in LGBT family law.
Are you considering a divorce with your spouse? Do you want legal counsel on matters of adoption? Call (713) 766-6283 to speak with one of our Houston divorce lawyers today.
Legal Counsel For Your LGBT Issue
Even the most amicable divorces can be stressful and exhausting. The volatile debates centered on marriage equality, a same-sex divorce can be even more taxing. When it comes to your rights, you should not compromise. At Boudreaux Hunter & Associates, LLC, our Houston family law attorneys aggressively advocate for their clients.
Some of our LGBT family law services include:
- Child support
- Spousal maintenance
- Child custody & visitation
- Pre-nuptial, post-nuptial & no-nuptial agreements
Advocating for LGBT Rights
At Boudreaux Hunter & Associates, LLC, we understand that this is a precarious time for LGBT family law. Many new legalities must be addressed and explored. Nevertheless, if there is anything we understand really well it is family law and divorce. For us, you will never be just another case number. We take the time to get to know you and learn your story. This allows us to customize strategies to better represent you. Our family law attorneys in Houston provide compassionate care and legal aid to help you through this moment in your life. Call (713) 766-6283 today to discuss your case.
About Nonmarital Agreements (No-Nups)
- For couples who have resided together but do not want their situation to be considered a common law marriage.
- Now necessary, especially for same-sex couples, who do NOT want a common law marriage.
Schedule an appointment with our attorneys! We can answer your questions and help you create the solution you need. Contact us at (713) 766-6283.