McAngus Law specializes in the area of family law, estate planning, probate in the Dallas, Texas area. Our law firm works with clients to make sure every concern is addressed and the highest quality legal service is provided.
And to make sure that we provide you with the most relevant, accurate legal information in regards to your legal matter, McAngus Law does not give out advice via telephone or email. Instead, we will spend an initial 45 minutes with you in person to discuss your legal matters and the best options during our consultation with you.
McAngus Law can help clients address a wide range of legal issues in the Dallas, Texas area. Our law firm is willing to work with clients on their time, even if that means meeting in the evenings or on weekends. We realize you’re the one who needs help with legal matters and thus it’s extremely important to us that we assist you in every way we can including when we schedule our meetings.
Regardless of when you contact McAngus Law, we want to understand your feelings and desires with your legal issues at the start. As we all know, when it comes to legal matters, strong emotions can be present at the start when seeking legal consultation, and therefore it’s our goal to help make sure your emotions don’t cloud any decisions that can have far-reaching impact on you and your family. The desire for short-term “wins” are most likely in conflict with long-term goals, so McAngus Law will concentrate on the really important things for you and your family; the priorities that will make the most difference for you and your family’s future.
Get an attorney on your side that you can trust to do everything possible to pursue the goals you have with your legal troubles. McAngus Law will provide you with responsive and compassionate representation for any legal situation you may be facing.
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IMPORTANT: If you have just been served divorce papers, you have a very short amount of time to complete several steps. You must file an answer, otherwise your spouse will be able to obtain a default judgment against you.
You have approximately 20 days to file your answer — that’s it. You might even have a hearing before your answer is due. That hearing can affect whether or not you may see your children, whether or not you might be locked out of your house, and whether or not you may have to pay money to your spouse. It is vital that you hire an attorney to protect you immediately.
Adequate preparation time is vital. Please do not wait until the last minute to contact our office. Get in touch right now!