An Experienced Divorce Lawyer in McKinney, Texas

If your marriage is ending in divorce, you may be facing emotional and financial hardships. McKinney, Texas, divorce attorney Michael Sloan has more than 25 years' experience resolving divorces out of court, saving clients from unnecessary emotional and financial strain.

Divorce is a time when many people seek to lash out at their former partner. However, doing so can add greatly to the cost and difficulty of your divorce. It can also create lasting emotional scars, especially when children are involved.

Some attorneys take advantage of the emotions of divorce by charging large retainers and then prolonging the conflict until the retainer is gone. At the Law Offices of Michael Sloan, we will do everything we can to help you reach the most favorable outcome for you and your children while handling your case efficiently.

An attorney who listens and answers your questions

We will listen to your concerns regarding child custody, distribution of assets and responsibility for debts, child support payments and alimony. We also assist with temporary orders while your divorce is in process.

Attorney Michael Sloan truly cares about your concerns and will take the time to answer your questions. Then, Mr. Sloan will put his greatest effort to protecting your interests and not creating conflicts where none need to exist.

Our law firm also assists families with issues that arise after a divorce, such as modifications of child support and child custody orders.

Questions about divorce?

Contact 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.