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Divorce Attorneys in Montgomery County, TX

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Carl & Tavel is a reputable law firm with more than thirty years of experience in the area of divorce. Founder Sherry Tavel is a former Managing Attorney for the Texas Attorney General with in-depth understanding of Texas family law and our local court system.

Our dedicated New Caney TX divorce lawyers can guide you through each step of the process, from negotiation all the way to litigation. We work tirelessly to advocate on behalf of families who are seeking clarity during challenging legal times.

We provide free initial consultations. Contact us today to learn more.

Tailored Solutions for Your Family Law Matter

Our team at Carl & Tavel believes that every family is unique and deserves solutions specifically tailored to their situation. We start each case by listening to your needs and goals, then working closely with you to develop an effective solution. This approach ensures that each family benefits from individualized strategies that directly address the complex issues that they are facing now and may encounter in the future.

We can represent a variety of family law issues, including:

From high net worth divorces to complex custody disputes, our divorce lawyers in Montgomery County have a proven record of success in providing accurate and competent results for clients in a wide range of family law cases.

Schedule a Confidential Consultation Today

Let us discuss the details of your divorce case and explore the options available to you. We can explain your rights and guide you towards the right path for you and your family.

Our office is conveniently located in New Caney, and we welcome clients from all across Montgomery and Harris counties, including Porter and Kingwood.

Contact our office at (281) 377-1348 to schedule a time to discuss your family law case.

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