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Client Testimonials

“I had been dealing with CPS with my court-appointed attorney for over a year. I hired Daniel the evening before my termination hearing. He took my case, and he got me my children back.”

- Jane A.

"Daniel is the attorney to have on your side. He knows the law well. From the beginning to the end you know that this attorney knows what he is doing. Do not try others before you try him."

- Avian

"My ex-husband had won primary custody in a jury trial. Then he started using CPS against me. He even filed a bogus TRO against me. I was lead to Daniel two weeks before the hearing. He managed to subpoena CPS and other documents. After a contested two-day hearing, my ex-husband was put on supervised visitation."

- Stacy C.

"I moved from NY to TX with my husband. He abandoned me and my little girl in Houston. He moved to Dallas and filed for divorce, and refused to support me or let me move back to New York. Daniel traveled to Dallas and negotiated the case. I was able to move back to New York. I also received child support. Daniel Is a Rockstar attorney."

- Anna T.

"Was paying child support as ordered. The OAG messed something up when I changed my job. I had to over six direct payments to my ex-wife, but she still filed an enforcement against me. Daniel represented me so well. The judge denied the enforcement and order her to pay my attorney's fees."

- Alex H.

"Thank you so much, Law Firm, for helping me sort through all my options and find the one that felt truly right for me."

- James B.

"When I really needed a good team in my corner, Law Firm was there. Their ability to work together to get the results I needed was nothing short of exemplary."

- J. A. Hunt

"I hired Daniel for an interstate custody jurisdictional issue. Opposing counsel had been calling to harass me prior to me getting Daniel involved. Once Daniel got involved, everything went the way it should. I liked it when he told the Judge that Texas could not take jurisdiction away from another state when that state has an ongoing case. The Judge agreed."

- Richard G.
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