Spring, TX Family Law Attorney Assists Families Throughout The North Houston Area
The decisions you make today will shape your future. It is important to know what the law says about your critical issues and to receive the right advice to act in your own best interests. Your unique circumstances, needs and concerns are the starting points in any legal issue when Brian D. Williams, Attorney at Law, provides the advice and guidance you are looking for.
With an academic background in accounting and economics and professional experience as an accountant, Mr. Williams brings a strong awareness of the financial and tax issues involved in a variety of legal matters. Check out our practice areas.
Family Law in Spring, TX
Family law can include a number of emotional and contentious issues. Working with an experienced family law attorney can make things easier on you and your family. Maintaining control and doing what is best for your family – especially your children – should be your number one priority, regardless of what changes lay ahead.
Legal issues vary from family to family and situation to situation. As an experienced family law attorney in Spring, Texas, Brian Williams understands the challenges you face as your family transitions. If divorce is in your future or you have questions about family law issue, Brian can help.
Matters relating to family law can be emotional and complex. Brian can assist you during this difficult time and help you deal with many of the most common issues related to family law, including:
- Child custody
- Child support
- Division of property
- Alimony and spousal support
Bankruptcy in Texas
Filing for bankruptcy can be one of the most difficult and important decisions of your life. Nobody wants to file for bankruptcy, but when you are faced with financial challenges filing can be one of the smartest options you have.
If you are considering filing or you have made the decision to file and you are ready to begin, Brian Williams can help. Brian has helped clients throughout the North Houston area take aggressive action and regain control of their financial lives. He understands filing is never an easy decision and he is ready to help you make the most of the opportunities you have to repair your credit and get your financial future back on track.
Wills & Guardianships
Brian can guide you through the probate and estate administration process.
Advanced planning helps you manage your wealth, your health, and your legacy. A comprehensive estate plan might include:
- Power of attorney
- Living will
- Guardianship and conservatorship
- Medical and health care directive
- Small-business succession plans
Effective planning helps your family avoid unwanted taxes once you are gone. Brian understands the laws that affect estate planning and can assist you with the various methods of asset transfer in Texas. He will guide you toward the best options that are best for your situation.
The probate process is intended to provide an orderly transfer of property, but navigating the system is often confusing and frustrating. The impact is doubled by the fact that your family is grieving and dealing with emotions, in addition to the legal issues. The executor and the administrator of an estate has the responsible of paying taxes and the debt accumulated by the estate before distributing what is left. Brian can ensure that this process runs as smoothly and efficiently as possible for your loved ones.
Creating a comprehensive estate plan allows you to control what happens to your assets after you are gone and establish your life care wishes should anything happen. To learn more about estate planning options or for help with probate and estate administration, contact Brian Williams to schedule a consultation.
Mediator with Advanced Family Law Training
Dedicated To Helping You Build The Future You Want
Harris County attorney Brian D. Williams is dedicated to offering real help to his clients no matter how challenging the circumstances.
With more than 39 years of experience, he knows how to create individually tailored solutions that provide his clients with real hope and real help. He knows that his clients are self-reliant people who do not ask for help lightly. He is honored to be able to help his clients through whatever difficult times they face, including issues of family law, bankruptcy, tax and probate.
The Texas Bar College is an honorary society consisting of attorneys who are among the best trained attorneys in Texas. A qualified member must be interested in improved training for all Texas attorneys and high ethical standards. Historically, only about eight percent of the licensed attorneys in Texas meet the requirements for membership in the College of the State Bar of Texas. The motto of the College is: "Professionalism Through Education."