Marriage, Civil Unions, and Common Law Marriage
Going through a divorce is never easy. Let the Montanaro-Flores Law Firm help you take care of the legal side of the divorce so you can focus on what matters to you: your emotional well-being and your children/family.
We deal with every aspect of family law and pride ourselves in taking an aggressive approach in advocating for our clients while practicing law with ethics and compassion. Whether you or your spouse has filed for divorce, we can help you with the SAPCR (Child Support / Visitation), Modifications of Existing SAPCR, Enforcement Actions, Paternity Suits, Parental Termination Rights & Adoptions, Child Abuse (CPS), and Title IV-D cases (Child Support).
Call the Montanaro-Flores Law Firm today for your free initial consultation and let us know how we can help you meet your legal needs.
Contracts, Business Formations, Policies
There are many rules, regulations and policies under the umbrella of business law. Our firm can provide astute counsel for various matters and issues pertaining to business law. Regardless of the type of entity, owning and operating a business is a tough job, as it requires discipline, perseverance and time management proficiency to make sure all areas of the business are accounted for and running smoothly. Additionally, a business’s policies, procedures and areas of operation must comply with federal and state business laws. This being the case, businesses will often seek the counsel of an attorney who can assure they carry out their business operations in a manner that complies with the law. If you are looking to start your own business, or are a small business owner looking for legal guidance or representation, please do not hesitate to contact our law firm today for a consultation.
Trust, Wills, & Probate
Estate Management, Property Management, Power of Attorney
The Montanaro-Flores Law Firm helps clients plan for the efficient and effective transfer of assets to spouses, children and/or charities. This involves preparing trust documents, powers of attorney, advanced medical directives, and wills. A Will is a written document used to transfer assets at death. It must meet the statutory requirements in order to be valid inTexas. A Will must be filed with the Probate Court after death, even if there are no probate assets. Probate assets are the only assets conveyed by a Will, and a Will is only effective at death. A Will can be changed at any time during life as long as the individual has the necessary legal capacity. The Personal Representative is named in a Will. A Will can be simple or complex, and it can contain various forms of planning and Trusts. Contact the Montanaro-Flores Law Firm today for a free initial consult to help you plan for your future.
Application for Citizenship and Legal Permanent Residency
Looking to become a citizen of the United States or to stay in the country for an extended period of time? The Montanaro-Flores Law Firm can help you lawfully stay in the country by obtaining the correct documentation or by helping you to apply for citizenship.
Misdemeanors, Felonies, Arrests & Expunctions
As a former prosecutor and head of the Domestic Violence Unit at the District Attorney's Office, Aida Montanaro-Flores has the experience to help you navigate the Court system with ease from arrest through trial. Whether you or your loved one are facing misdemeanor or felony charges for DWI, Possession, Assault, Theft or any other crime, or have recently been picked up on a warrant or have an outstanding warrant, call the Montanaro-Flores Law Firm today so you don't have to face this process alone.
Having trouble getting a job because of a past arrest? Call the Montanaro-Flores Law Firm for a free consult to see if you are eligible to obtain an expunction or non-disclosure.