Providing experienced family law with a focus on retaining your utmost privacy through maximizing dispute resolution in our offices and minimizing litigation in the courtroom. Legal changes to your family are emotional and personal. Our firm is experienced in the representation you need for minimal exposure and maximum compassion.

When you have a legal concern of any kind involving your family, your health or your livelihood, it is in your best interests to have it resolved as efficiently and effectively as possible. The sooner these matters are handled, the sooner you can alleviate stress and move forward with your life.

When choosing a lawyer to assist you with a family law need, you want someone who is not only experienced, but dedicated to providing the quality legal counsel and personalized service you deserve. At Silvestri Family Law, PLLC we are committed to achieving our client’s goals both in and out of the courtroom. Let us to put our experience to work for you.

Our experienced attorneys have appeared in courts throughout the state of Texas. Although we have the skill needed to effectively present your case in front of a judge or jury, we still make every effort to resolve disputes using non-adversarial methods, including mediation and collaborative law.

Frequently Asked Questions and Answers About Collaborative Divorce

How do I know if the collaborative divorce is right for me? The collaborative divorce process is completely voluntary.  Neither party can require that the other party agree to use the process, nor can any court require the parties to use the process.  When you consult with a lawyer regarding a divorce or other family… [read more]

Collaborative Divorce vs. Mediation: A More Detailed Explanation

In my last post, I discussed the similarities and differences between collaborative divorce and mediation, with a downloadable comparison chart for easy reference, which you can find here.  Following is a slightly more detailed explanation of how a collaborative divorce differs from mediation, and why in some cases, it’s the best choice for a couple… [read more]

Getting Divorced at the End of the Year – Emotional Considerations

Last week, I discussed the practicality of filing for divorce at the end of the year from a legal perspective, such as the tax benefits of waiting until January 1 and the time frame required to complete the process, which is almost impossible after November.  However, the emotional implications of filing for divorce during the holiday season, particularly if there are children, are… [read more]