Family Law Attorneys In San Antonio
Expertise, Experience, and Compassion
At LaHood & Calfas, we have the expertise, experience and compassion to see you through the trying times of legal matters that involve family. During this trying time, you need legal counsel from a family law attorney who is honest and knowledgeable, while also aggressively pursuing your best interests. Our areas of expertise include:
Contested and Uncontested Divorce
Left to Right: Atty. Zachary Edwards, Family Paralegal Sandy Lopez, Family Paralegal April Cruz, Atty. Chase Butler
Child Custody and Visitation Enforcement
Child Custody – Worry for your children can add another dimension of stress to a divorce. With LaHood & Calfas, you can depend on our knowledge and experience to ease your mind. We understand your reasons for concern, and we’ll work tirelessly toward achieving your goals. We’ll put together a solid legal strategy to get you and your children the best possible physical and legal custody result in your child custody case.
Visitation Enforcement – We not only represent you during the custody agreement process, but also after the judge has made a court order and outlined the custody arrangements. If there are any problems with your coparent during this process, we will handle the legal requirements for visitation enforcement to make sure you and your children are happy and safe.
After your divorce is final, your life will move on, and you will adjust to your new lifestyle. You may encounter changes such as relocation, a new job, remarriage or a medical condition, and those changes may affect the terms previously established by your divorce or child custody agreement. In these situations, LaHood & Calfas can help you to renegotiate a new agreement that will benefit you and your children based on your new circumstances.
Guardianship can include both the care of a person and/or of their estate, and the person for whom you become guardian (called the “ward”) can be either a minor or a person of any age who is incapacitated in some way. We have extensive experience in any type of legal guardianship matters you may face.
Many people do not realize how the end of a marriage can affect extended family. Whether a couple parts ways because of divorce or an unfortunate situation such as the passing, incarceration or incapacitation of one spouse, the whole family is affected. As a grandparent, your rights to see your grandchildren do not end simply because the parents’ relationship ended. At LaHood & Calfas, we know Texas grandparents’ rights laws, and we know how to fight for you and the best interests of your beloved grandchildren.
Whether you are hoping to start a family or trying to adopt your stepchildren, grandchildren or other loved ones, we can help you navigate the legal requirements of the adoption process. There are many reasons to adopt, and LaHood & Calfas has the knowledge and experience to guide you through the documentation and any court appearances you may have to go through in your adoption process.