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The secret to our success stems from the three pillars of The Daniels Law Firm:
Knowledge, Skill, and Excellence.
We utilize each of these principles every day to give our clients the highest quality legal representation.
"Tenacious with a depth of multifaceted experience in the field. Unstoppable."
Identifying the best course of action
to win your case.
Tactfully executing our
top-notch legal strategies.
Providing our clients with
exceptional legal representation.
"Needless to say, her expertise was spot on and I won the appeal! I highly recommend Daniels Law Firm and will make Cassandra my first choice for any upcoming legal needs."
"I endorse this lawyer. I’ve known Cass for many years. She is a seasoned negotiator in her field. By surrounding herself with some of the best and brightest minds, she has gained credibility and the ability to get the very best results. You will not go wrong with her on your team."
At the Daniels Law Firm, you'll never be redirected to speak with a paralegal, secretary, or junior lawyer about your case. Instead you'll receive personalized, expert representation tailored to your unique legal matter.
The Daniels Law Firm is the
Family Law expert that you
want in your corner.
One of the first things you will need to consider is whether your divorce will be a contested divorce or an uncontested divorce. Divorce begins when one party files an “Original Petition for Divorce” which is a legal document that explains to the court that a divorce is being sought. After the complaint is filed, a copy of the complaint must then be served on...
If two parties cannot agree, then the court looks to the best interest of the child to determine custody. Of course, in many cases, what is in the best interest of the child is often hotly debated. In these cases, Texas law provides that the duty of a judge in a case concerning child custody is to determine what will best promote the child’s welfare and happiness by...
Under Texas law, there are only limited circumstances in which a parent can modify a child custody or visitation order. Texas family courts have recognized several situations that would qualify as a material and substantial change in the circumstances of a child or parent affected by a custody or visitation order. Examples include a....
Know what to expect, from beginning to end. No surprises.
Step 1: Free Phone Consultation
A quick 30-minute call to discuss the specifics of your case and how we can help.
Step 2: Strategy Session
After retaining the Daniels Law Firm, we'll meet in-person and establish the strategy for your case.
Step 3: Get To Work
The Daniels Law Firm executes the strategy, keeping you informed every step of the way.