A Solutions-First, Litigation-Second Approach
Working within a system that is designed to litigate, our family law attorneys instead adopt a solutions-first approach that emphasizes resolving issues outside of court whenever possible. In doing so, they help their family law clients retain more control over the important decisions that will shape their post-divorce lives such as child custody, child support and property distribution.
To learn more about our family law services and how we can help you, call +1-512-212-4916.
What Our Clients Say:
“I am very grateful for Mr. Hill’s time and attentiveness. He more than exceeded our expectations and I would go to him for any legal help I may be in need of. I will be utilizing his services again in the very near future and would recommend him to anybody who needs expert and professional legal guidance.”
– Vanessa V.
Focused On Your Future
Our legal team understands the heavy emotional toll that divorce and other family law matters exact. Because each case has unique circumstances and each person defines “success” differently, we listen to each client’s objectives before creating a legal strategy that will help us achieve those goals.
Matthew Hill and his staff have extensive experience in family law litigation and provide clients with valuable insights on how Texas family courts have ruled in the past on specific issues. This allows us to help our clients make informed decisions on whether or not to litigate.
For those who have already finalized their divorce, we work on matters regarding enforcement of divorce agreements and modifications to custody, support or other court orders. We also help couples create premarital or postmarital agreements that can prevent protracted legal disputes in the future.
Matthew J. Hill
Matthew J. Hill is the founder and managing attorney of M. J. Hill & Associates, PLLC He is a member of the American Bar Association’s Family Law Section, the Family Law Section of the State Bar of Texas, as well as a member of the Hays County and Bexar County Bar Associations. He is also a maintaining member of the College of the State Bar of Texas.