Family Law

Legal Advocacy That's Professional And Discreet

Legal Advocacy That's Professional And Discreet

With over 35 years of experience as an attorney, W. Tyler Moore can represent your interests in a family law matter in a professional and discreet manner. His style is to develop a clear and direct path with his clients, which ensures that their families, children, and monetary concerns are handled with dignity and care.

At W. Tyler Moore, PC, we represent clients in Houston, Richmond, Angleton, Stafford, and Sugarland, Texas in all areas of family law, including issues involving:

  • Divorce proceedings
  • Annulment
  • Property characterization, valuation, and division
  • Spousal support
  • Paternity
  • Termination of parental rights
  • Father's rights, including working dads and divorce
  • Adoption
  • Child custody, including interstate custody and international child custody disputes under the Hague Convention
  • Child support, including interstate matters, modifications, and mediation and informal settlement conferences

W. Tyler Moore has been recertified as a specialist in both family law and civil trial law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization every five years since 1989. Get guidance, care, and answers by contacting W. Tyler Moore, PC, today.

Judges in family law courts hear cases concerning divorce and child-related matters, among others. In Harris County, Texas, there are nine family law courts, and each court is identified by a district number. The courts are the 245th, 246th, 247th, 308th, 309th, 310th, 311th, and 312th. When you file a lawsuit, the case is randomly assigned to one of the nine family law courts. Each court has a presiding judge elected by the voters of Harris County. In addition to the presiding judge, an associate judge may handle many matters involving your case.

For more information on family law services and representation in Houston, Richmond, Angleton, Stafford, or Sugarland, Texas, visit the FAQ page or contact Tyler Moore today.

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