Child Support and Custody

McKinney, Texas: Child Support and Custody Questions

One of the most important questions for anyone going through a divorce is how to provide for a secure future for the children.

In some families, questions about child custody, visitation and child support are easy to answer. The parents may come to an easy agreement that is also in the child's best interests.

In other cases, parents may have a hard time finding an acceptable compromise in a child custody or child support dispute. Under these circumstances, it is more important than ever to find a divorce lawyer who will give you the benefit of his experience — as well as his compassionate guidance through the divorce process.

The Law Offices of Michael Sloan

For more than 25 years, the Law Offices of Michael Sloan has provided caring and practical family law services to people in and around Collin County. Seasoned Texas attorney Michael Sloan personally handles each client's case — using his decades of experience to negotiate workable solutions to child custody or child support disputes.

In child support disputes, we often engage in extensive independent investigation to make sure the other parent has accurately reported his or her income and to make sure the child support agreement adequately provides any special medical or educational needs.

In child custody disputes, we use investigations to uncover facts that support our client's proposed custody or visitation arrangement. When necessary, we will ask a family court judge to order alcohol or drug testing, or to arrange for an independent child custody analysis.

Questions about child custody or child support?

Contact Collin County family law attorney Michael Sloan. We offer reasonable fee arrangements, and our law office in McKinney is handicapped-accessible.

Handicapped accessible. Located directly east of Highway 75 near the historical district. Weekend appointments available.

Texas lawyer Michael Sloan represents clients in McKinney, Plano, Frisco, and throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, in communities such as Allen, Richardson, Prosper, Wylie, Murphy, Sachse, Sherman, Denison, Bonham, Anna, Van Alstyne, Greenville, and Celina, and in Dallas County, Grayson County, Hunt County, Fannin County, Collin County and Denton County.