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.

Takeaways from Harvard – Part Two

In my last post, I talked about empathy and its role in mediation. Empathy goes hand in hand with active listening, which is another key point I learned during the Mediating Disputes course I took last summer at Harvard Law School. Part of listening with empathy is learning to listen in a different way.  It… [read more]

The Secret the Non-Collaborative Lawyers Don’t Want You to Know

By Mark Lewis – Collaborative Divorce Texas Keep this just between the two of us, will you? Because I’m about to tell you a secret that most non-collaborative family lawyers don’t want you to know. But, it’s a secret which you ought – in good conscience – to be told since it affects anyone and… [read more]

Takeaways from Harvard – Part One

By Carie Silvestri In my last post, I mentioned Mediating Disputes—the course I recently took at Harvard Law School’s Negotiation Institute—and the four key points I took away from it that I intend to implement in my own practice.  While the idea of a non-caucus mediation model was intriguing, as I previously discussed, it was… [read more]