A divorce does not have to be all about endings. For many, it is an opportunity to begin a new chapter of their lives. At Hoelscher Gebbia Cepeda, PLLC, we understand that going through the divorce process is difficult, but we strive to make it as easy as possible while ensuring that you, your assets and your children are protected at every step.

Simple, Complex, Military And High-Asset Divorce: We Handle Them All

The divorce process is different for each person who goes through it. For some families, a divorce is a simple, amicable decision; for others, it is a highly bitter and contentious undertaking. Regardless of what led to your separation, you now have to confront difficult decisions regarding your home, finances, children and other critical elements of your life. As your lawyers, we will provide counsel and representation so you can confidently address the following issues:

  • Spousal support (alimony)
  • Child support and child custody
  • Property division, including high-asset or complex estates
  • Adoptions of stepchildren, grandchildren or other family members
  • Modifications and enforcement of court orders
  • Divorces for military personnel
  • Domestic violence issues and protective orders
  • Numerous other divorce and family law issues

When you work with us at Hoelscher Gebbia Cepeda, PLLC, you are never alone as you go through your divorce. Whether your separation or dispute is a simple matter or if it requires extensive investigations and discovery of complex assets, we have the skill, experience and resources to negotiate a creative solution or take your case before the court and advocate for your interests.

We Know What To Do When Family Law And Criminal Law Overlap

As an established criminal defense and family law firm, many families and other attorneys turn to us because of our experience handling the most difficult criminal and family law situations. If domestic violence, sexual assault or other crimes have contributed to the dissolution of the marriage, we can assess all aspects of the case. We use our network of resources to gather evidence as well as provide support for children and others who are suffering the emotional and psychological trauma of a violent or abusive home.

If you are going through a divorce or are considering filing, contact us to voice your questions and concerns during a confidential consultation. You can reach our San Antonio, Texas, law office by calling 210-570-9902 or by completing our contact form.