Practice Areas

Houston, Texas Family Law Practice Areas

At Carter Morris, LLP, we are dedicated exclusively to family law. Each of our attorneys brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the firm. In fact, our founding partners are board-certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, which demonstrates their competence and dedication to family law. Our family law practice areas include divorce, high-net-worth divorce, child custody, and property division.

Our firm handles a comprehensive range of family law issues, from uncontested divorces to complex financial issues associated with high-net-worth divorce. As skilled negotiators, our Houston family law attorneys offer mediation and collaborative law for those looking for a less adversarial approach to resolving family issues.

Our divorce attorneys have extensive trial experience and will not hesitate to take a case to court if it is in the best interests of the clients. Although many of our clients come from Southeast Texas and the Greater Houston area, we are able to handle cases statewide.

Look to Carter Morris, LLP for high-quality and knowledgeable representation in the following family law practice areas:


Our attorneys handle both contested and uncontested divorce cases, including those that are highly disputed. We will assist you in all aspects of your divorce, including:

Our attorneys also help couples prepare prenuptial and postnuptial agreements.

High-net-worth divorce

A divorce involving significant assets can take on complex financial dimensions best handled by a skilled family law attorney. Carter Morris, LLP can handle even the most complex aspects of your high-asset divorce, including:

Child custody

Whether you and your child’s other parent are able to come to an agreement regarding child custody or you require the assistance of a skilled trial attorney, Carter Morris, LLP will stand by your side and protect your relationship with your children. We can assist you with:

Property division

During a divorce, the Texas courts will divide your assets by a means that is “just and right.” However,”just and right” doesn’t necessarily mean that your assets will be divided 50/50. At Carter Morris, LLP, we can assist you in all aspects of property division, including:

Contact Us

To speak with a lawyer or schedule an appointment at our Houston office, call Carter Morris, LLP at 713-626-3345 or contact us online.

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