Dallas Texas Law Firm, Glickman-Collins Family Law, has announced that it will be offering free consultations for family law needs. With over 40 years of combined law practice experience, Craig Glickman and Bob Collins want to share their expertise with those who may need their family law services.
Divorce may be cordial, a reluctant but necessary choice for two people who simply believe it is time to part. More disappointed than angry, they proceed with respect for each other, and they do their best to minimize the consequences for their children, says Mr. Glickman. Divorce can also be chaotic, a sudden, stunning catastrophe that leaves one dazed and confused. The dream of marriage becomes a nightmare of conflict, and one feels powerless to protect the family from the storm of turmoil and pain.
More information about Glickman-Collins Family Law Firm can be found on its website: http://www.glickmancollinsfamilylaw.com
Glickman-Collins has its own code of conduct, Mr. Glickman points out: We wont allow the other party to take advantage of you, and we wont take advantage of the other party. We will achieve a fair resolution of issues, and where children are involved, we will put their best interest first. And whatever we do, we will do so with firmness, integrity, and respect.
According to Mr. Glickman, any kind of divorce can bring a downpour of legal and financial papers, new schedules and routines, disruptions and decisions. At the same time there are waves of sadness and anger, regret and shame, fear and hope, one after another, swirling altogether, disorienting ones judgment. Whether the rainstorm is large or small, most people need attorneys they can trust to help them navigate through it. They should be confident they have selected exactly the right people for the task, says Craig Glickman.
Glickman and Collins are convinced that decisions driven by emotional stress are seldom best, that actions proceeding from extremes of anger or sadness lay the wrong foundation for the future, and that couples with children must remember that even if they will no longer be husband and wife, they will always be Mom and Dad.
Craig Glickman and Bob Collins have more than forty years of law practice between them. During that time they have represented hundreds of spouses in family law cases.
Sometimes family law cases involve business litigation, criminal charges or even personal injury claims. Glickman-Collins has represented hundreds of clients in these kinds of cases too. So they are prepared to handle not only simple divorce proceedings, but complex ones as well, explains Craig Glickman.
Contact Information: Contact: Craig Glickman Phone: 214-407-2607 Website: http://www.glickmancollinsfamilylaw.com