The mediation process is entirely voluntary and non-binding. The mediator has no power to render a decision or to force the parties to accept a settlement. Rather, the mediator's role is to assist the parties in their negotiations by identifying obstacles to settlement and developing strategies for overcoming them.
A mediation session is private and confidential. It is normally held in a private office or meeting room and no public record is made of the proceedings. If no settlement is reached any statements during the proceedings are inadmissible as evidence in any subsequent litigation.
We support the idea of considering the mediation option.
Kyle began this practice to focus on the legal areas he is most passionate about: family law and estate planning/probate. He has extensive estate planning and family law experience, has drafted many wills and trusts, and can help you create an estate plan that is right for you.
Kyle has also represented clients in all areas of family law, including divorce, child custody, guardianships, support, and domestic violence. He has achieved excellent results for clients in many hearings and trials throughout the area.
Although Wills and estate planning laws do vary state to state, one rule holds true: if you don't have a Last Will and Testament, the Government makes one for you. That means your assets and estate are distributed according to the generic laws in your state.
Generally, this means the government will split your belonging between your next of kin, spouse, and children. But who gets what? And who has to deal with actually distributing your assets? If you don’t make a Will during your life, the rules in your state make these decisions for you.
Family law is very delicate and emotional. We understand and will try to make the experience as peaceful as possible. Often, mediation can help to settle things in less harmful way to the family members involved. We work in the following areas:
In this area, some have ideas about what they might need, others do not. No matter where you are in the process, we will help you explore your options and make recommendations based on your unique assets and goals. We handle the following areas:
We know that choosing a lawyer is not easy. We offer free initial consultations to give you the opportunity to meet with us, discuss your needs and learn about how we can help you.
Call 254-218-3709 or contact us online to arrange your free consultation. If you are unavailable during normal business hours, we offer evening appointments. We accept credit card payments.
We serve all of Bell County, TX and will see you in our Temple, TX office. The courthouse for Bell County is located at 101 E. Central Eve, Belton, TX 76513.
Our firm holds high the call to maintain a high degree of integrity in our relationships with our clients. Our top priotity is to work towards the goal of achieving justice according to the rule of law that we took an oath to uphold.
Legal challenges arise from time to time in all our lives, and we promise to treat our clients with understanding and compassion as we use our professional training to help arive at a place of fairness and justice in each case.
If you have questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please call us or send an email form and we will respond ASAP.