Frisco, TX Family Law Services

May and May Attorneys at Law offers you the benefit of over 35 years of experience in Texas family law. We will guide you through the process of formalizing changes in your marriage or family relationships, advocating for your needs every step of the way. We represent clients in all types of Texas family law matters, including:

Divorce

Divorce

Divorce Divorce is probably one of the most difficult events you will face in your life. Whether the decision to end your marriage was mutual or not, it was almost certainly not an easy one. At May and May, we understand the challenges that accompany divorce… Read More
Premarital & Postmarital Agreements

Premarital & Postmarital Agreements

Premarital & Postmarital Agreements One of the biggest sources of conflict in a marriage is when partners commit to each other without understanding each other's expectations. A premarital agreement (also called a prenuptial agreement, or "prenup") or postmarital agreement can help… Read More
Child Custody & Visitation

Child Custody & Visitation

Child Custody & Visitation For parents of minor children, one of the most difficult aspects of ending a marriage or relationship is determining child custody and visitation. As a parent, your children's well-being is of utmost importance and your time with them is precious. O… Read More
Child Support

Child Support

Child Support If you are a parent, your children's well-being means everything to you. In a divorce, that means making sure that there is an appropriate child support award to meet your children's needs. Whether you are the parent paying child support or the on… Read More
Modification of Child Support & Child Custody

Modification of Child Support & Child Custody

Modification of Child Support & Child Custody In the months and years after a divorce or custody matter, the circumstances of the parties and their children will almost certainly change. If those changes are significant enough, they may warrant a modification of the original order for custody or… Read More
Alimony & Spousal Maintenance

Alimony & Spousal Maintenance

Alimony & Spousal Maintenance It is sometimes said that "two can live as cheaply as one." But when two people stop living together during or after a divorce, expenses go up. One spouse may need support from the other in order to afford to live separately. This is commonly calle… Read More
Property Division

Property Division

Property Division Dividing property in a divorce can be stressful. Not only is property something of value that will help you establish your life after divorce, it also has an emotional component. After all, these are assets you acquired with your spouse during your m… Read More
Enforcement of Court Orders

Enforcement of Court Orders

Enforcement of Court Orders In a family law case, reaching an agreeable settlement or getting the court to enter an order in your favor is only half the battle. Once a court order is in place regarding child custody and visitation, child support, alimony, or the division of… Read More
Paternity Matters

Paternity Matters

Paternity Matters May and May represents clients in Texas paternity matters, including mothers seeking to legally establish the paternity of their child and seek support for the child, and men who want to confirm that they are the father of a child and cement their ri… Read More
Grandparents' Rights

Grandparents' Rights

Grandparents' Rights If you are a grandparent, your grandchildren are probably one of the greatest sources of joy in your life, and you are no doubt a great source of love, wisdom, and support for them. But what happens when your grandchildren are being withheld from you… Read More
Adoption

Adoption

Adoption There is no greater calling than that of parenthood, and many times that calling is fulfilled through adoption. There are many different ways to adopt a child, but all Texas adoptions have certain things in common. When a child is adopted, the legal… Read More

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