Forty-Five Years of Family Law Solutions That Work
Nothing is too good for your family. At the same time, when it comes to a family law attorney, you need the best value possible. Fortunately, you do not have to choose between experienced legal assistance and reasonable costs. At Currier & Martin, we provide affordable, high-quality family law representation in Houston, Texas, and all of Harris County.
With 20 years of experience, attorney Ernest Martin has helped hundreds of family law clients with a wide range of matters, including:
- Child custody, visitation rights, and paternity disputes
- Child support
- Spousal support (alimony)
Ernie cares deeply about helping people in trouble. Our office has a friendly, comfortable atmosphere that makes it easier for our clients to discuss difficult subjects. We always respond to phone calls and emails, usually within a day. Ernie will be with you for every step, fighting for your legal rights as a spouse and parent, until he has reached a fair settlement or court verdict.
Affordable and Effective Family Law Advocates
When we meet our clients for the first time, it is common for them to be worried about affording a family law attorney. We offer reasonable fees and will work with you to find low-cost solutions. For example, alternative methods of divorce like mediation and collaborative divorce can save you and your family a great deal of money, not to mention time and anguish. Also available are low flat fees for agreed family law matters.
To learn more about your legal options, please call our office at (281) 890-7090 for a no-obligation initial consultation with one of our lawyers. You can also reach us using our online intake form. We serve the entire Houston area, including The Woodlands, Klein and Champion Forest.
Currier & Martin in the Community
- Lone Star Radio Presentation – Childrens Issues in Divorce
Ernest Martin partners with Kevin Pinkley to discuss planning for children’s issues during divorce
- Lone Star Radio Presentation – Community Property in Texas
Ernest Martin partners with Kevin Pinkley to discuss how Community Property works in Texas