Experienced in Tough Child Custody Cases

Many custody cases are contentious, but some are especially complex. When one or both parties cannot or will not negotiate, the matter can become a high-conflict case.

The attorneys at Vaught Law Firm, P.C., in Austin, have considerable experience with high-conflict custody cases. With two board-certified* Texas family law attorneys on staff, you can rely on us to help you through these difficult cases. Our goal is for people to be able to co-parent effectively when the case is over. We have the knowledge and resources to work through high-conflict cases as well as the trial experience to fight for you in court, if necessary.

Resolving High-Conflict Custody Cases

High-conflict custody cases require an understanding of the underlying causes for the conflict in order to resolve it. There are several types of mental health professionals who can assist in a family law case. Some professionals may be appointed to facilitate co-parenting, while others may be engaged to provide expert testimony. Vaught Law Firm’s attorneys can help you navigate a difficult case to reach a favorable outcome.

Vaught Law Firm is highly skilled in cases involving parental alienation, personality disorders, mental health issues, verbal, physical and emotional abuse as well as drug and alcohol addictions. We understand the heartbreak that comes from an abusive home, and our attorneys are skilled at knowing how to get the most important evidence before the court.

Sometimes parents face difficulty co-parenting with the other parent after separation or post-divorce. There are programs, professionals and assistance to help parents, and our attorneys can help ensure that you have the long-term assistance you need. Our years of experience in family law give us the insight and knowledge of additional legal provisions that may be included in your child custody orders to protect your family and give you peace of mind.

Talk to Us about Your Options

Call us at 512-342-9980 or contact us by e-mail to schedule a confidential consultation.