Deciding to pursue divorce is one of the most difficult and emotional decisions married couple will ever make, particularly if there are children. Divorce also involves business and legal questions that must be resolved. One of the toughest challenges in finding a divorce attorney is actually getting started on your search. The most important first step is to simply determine what you want the attorney to do. Sure we want them to simply handle the case without a lot of headache but there are some things that you need to determine first. These are just a few of the questions you need to ponder before contacting an attorney. This will help you in determining what type of attorney you are seeking and what personality in an attorney you are willing to work with. If you are seeking an attorney in the Houston, Texas area you want to consider contacting Houston divorce lawyer Brad Tilton.
But wait. Before you contact them. Here are some things to consider beforehand.
1. Do you want to be 'hands off'? This means that you want your attorney to handle the case without you and consult you occasionally.
2. Do you have pertinent concerns such as your relationship with children, valuable property, or financial interests? Are you considering joint custody?
3. Are you willing to explore alternative dispute resolution options such as mediation or arbitration rather than going to court?
4. Is your relationship friendly and will your impending divorce proceedings be mutually beneficial, or will it be a major battle dealing with your spouse?
An experienced family law attorney will help you to understand the basic issues and use a rational perspective to approach the process. Brad Tilton is an experienced attorney looking out for your interests, including protecting your rights regarding your children, protecting your assets acquired before or after your marriage, and protecting yourself against any allegations, real, or imagined, that may be made against you. Contact Houston Family and Divorce Lawyers ready to protect your interests today.
He is very well qualified in handling:
• Child Custody
• Child Support
• Paternity and Non-Paternity
• Grandparent visitation, adoption, and other types of adoption
• Pre-Nuptial Agreements
801 Congress Street, 4th Floor
77002 Houston, TX
Contact Houston divorce lawyer Brad Tilton. Your initial legal consultation is free!
Brad Tilton graduated from the University of Houston with a B.S. in Biology with membership in the Honors College. After college, Brad immediately attended South Texas College of Law. At South Texas, Brad was inducted into the Order of Lytae and was a member of the South Texas Law Review where he was an assistant editor and earned the Nobles and Wade Award for Distinguished Service. He graduated cum laude in the top ten percent of his class and is the only member of his law review that practices primarily in family law. In 2013, he was rated a Texas Super Lawyer’s Rising Star. Dedicated to family and hard work, he’s a proud Eagle Scout. He also maintains an A+ rating with the BBB.
After graduation Brad worked at a prestigious litigation boutique where he tried, and won, his first jury trial two days after being sworn in as a lawyer. In 2007 Brad opened his practice, a general litigation firm focusing primarily on family law. Over the course of his practice, Brad has developed a reputation as an zealous advocate for his clients who is not afraid to try a case to pursue his clients’ best interests. He has handled million dollar property cases as well as complicated custody cases. On September, 2012, Brad became a founding member of Tilton & Tilton LLP, a litigation firm dedicated to the aggressive representation of their clients.
Brad is married to his wife, Vanessa. They live in Sugar Land, Texas with their son, Trey. When he’s not practicing law, Brad enjoys softball, golf, barbecue cook-offs, and is a volunteer with the Boy Scouts of America, where he is an Eagle Scout. If you find yourself in the event of a divorce, child custody issues, adoption problems, or any other family law issues, call Brad anytime at (713)-774-8600, he’s available 24/7, and he can sort out the complexities of your situation with a free consultation.