Divorce.


Discerning clients trust Epstein Family Law to guide them through the divorce process and help them put the pieces back together after a very difficult chapter in their lives. Understanding that getting to the outcome quickly is often a primary goal of our clients, responsiveness and hustle are in our DNA. This, along with our drive, are critical components of getting to the right outcome. Clients come to us from all walks of life throughout north Texas, from the highest-net-worth business owners and public figures with complex property division issues and privacy concerns, to parents with modest marital estates and young children caught in the middle of nasty conflict.

Our Broad Capabilities in Divorce Cases

We have deep experience handling the wide range of issues that can impact the outcome of a divorce case in Texas, including, but not limited to:

  • Complex Property Division
  • Business and Stock Ownership Valuations
  • Asset Tracing
  • Child Custody and Visitation
  • Child Support
  • Parental Rights and Duties
  • Spousal Support
  • Marital Agreement Disputes
  • Military Spouses
  • Substance Abuse and Recovery Issues
  • Domestic Violence
  • Protective Orders
  • Adultery
  • Enforcement Actions
  • Collaborative Divorce
  • Mediation
Proven Experience Handling Complex, High-Value Marital Estates

Our divorce practice has the experience and resources to resolve big cases with the most challenging property characterization, valuation and division issues. We are on the short list for successful entrepreneurs, professional athletes, C-suite executives and their spouses to handle matters involving complex multi-million-dollar estates, hidden assets, a wide variety of business interests, and disputes regarding prenuptial and post-marital agreements.

Protecting the Best Interests of Your Children

Caring is at our core, which goes further and deeper than empathy. We utilize every one of our strengths to help our clients achieve their goals, particularly when it comes to their children. When kids are involved in a divorce, difficult decisions must be made that will significantly impact their long-term welfare, including custody and visitation rights, financial support, the right to make major parenting decisions, and much more. In every case, we focus on negotiating an agreed-upon custody, child support and parenting plan that fits the family’s values and unique circumstances, fosters a strong and civil co-parenting relationship to the extent possible, and minimizes future disputes. But we are also ready to litigate these issues through trial when necessary to achieve our client’s goals and protect the best interests of the children.

Collaborative Divorce – A Private, Out-of-Court Alternative

We have guided numerous clients through the collaborative divorce process to avoid the cost, stress and uncertainty of adversarial litigation. Collaborative divorce is a confidential settlement process where specially trained lawyers help spouses negotiate a binding divorce agreement without going to court. The collaborative process incentivizes both spouses to settle – because if they don’t reach a final agreement in this process, they must start over, hire new lawyers and proceed with formal litigation.

Collaborative divorce is often an effective option for wealthy individuals and public figures who value privacy, parents who want to protect their kids from chaotic litigation, and spouses who need a more creative, tailored approach to resolve a complex divorce. But it is not the right fit for every case. For a collaborative divorce to be successful, the spouses and their lawyers must strive to set aside the emotionally charged conflict that broke the marriage, deal in good faith and commit to achieving a “win-win” outcome.

Consult with a Divorce Lawyer 

To discuss your case with an experienced divorce lawyer, contact Epstein Family Law at 972-232-7673. We represent clients in counties throughout the Greater Dallas area, including Dallas, Collin, Denton, Tarrant, Ellis, Rockwall, Kaufman and Johnson, plus others.