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Trusted Laredo Family Law Attorney

Meet Javier Guzman

Javier Guzman is a winning family lawyer in Laredo who has years of experience helping families work through the hardest times in their lives. He can protect your rights as a parent, tell your family’s unique story to the court, negotiate for you and your children’s future under pressure, and so much more.

As a Laredo native whose family means everything to him, Javier understands the importance of having someone on your side who not only cares about you but also knows how deeply a family law case can affect the future of an entire family. When you hire Javier as your family law attorney in Laredo, you’re hiring not just a winning trial lawyer, but a compassionate human who wants to help guide you through this difficult time.

Some of Javier’s honors and awards include:

  1. Super Lawyers™ Rising Stars Selection 2024
  2. Super Lawyers™ Rising Stars Selection 2023
  3. ACS-CHAL Forensic Lawyer-Scientist, 2021
  4. TCDLA DWI Trial Scholar Award, 2021
  5. Professional of the Year Award, 2017

Cases We Take

  • Divorce
  • Child Custody
  • Paternity
  • Spousal Support
  • Child Support
  • Father’s Rights
  • Adoptions
  • Enforcements
  • Custody Modification
  • Property Division

Why Choose Guzman Law Firm?

Family law cases put immense amounts of stress on families, whether you’re getting a divorce, fighting for custody, or working out a child support agreement. A good family lawyer should not only help you fight for your family’s future but should also do everything in their power to help you through this difficult time. Guzman Law Firm provides you with:

✅ Relentless Representation
✅ Compassionate Advocacy
✅ Trial-tested Strategies
✅ 24/7 Access to Our Team
✅ Quick Mobile Consultations

Get the help that you need — request a phone consultation with Guzman Law Firm and begin defending your family’s future today.

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Call (956) 516-7198 or fill out the form below to set up a quick consultation over the phone.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to hire an attorney to get divorced?

While it is technically legal to go through the divorce process without an attorney, it is not recommended. An experienced family lawyer can provide valuable guidance, ensure your rights are protected in negotiations and court, and help make sure the interests of your family are represented, leading to a smoother and more favorable resolution.

What can I expect during my consultation with Guzman Law Firm?

During your consultation, our attorneys will listen attentively to get a better understanding of you and your family’s unique situation. After learning as much as we can about your family we will provide an overview of what the process may look like, discuss potential strategies for your case, and answer any initial questions you may have. 

As well as an opportunity for us to listen, this is also an opportunity for you to better understand how we might be able to help. During your initial consultation, you should decide whether or not  our firm is the right fit for your needs.

What questions should I ask during my consultation?

As we’ve said before, the initial consultation is a time for you to decide if we’re the right fit. Ask us questions that inspire confidence or questions about the brass tacks of your case. Some questions could include: 

  • What is your track record in cases like mine? 
  • How will you handle the major challenges of my case?
  • What is the likely timeline for my case?
  • How does the fee structure work?
  • Is there anything that I can do to protect my family in the meantime?

What documents should I bring?

To encourage a more productive discussion during your initial consultation, it’s helpful to bring as many pertinent documents as you possibly can, which can include:

  • Marriage certificates
  • Prenuptial agreements
  • Financial records like income statements, tax returns, and asset documentation for you and your partner
  • Information about debts and liabilities
  • Any existing court orders related to your family situation
  • Documentation related to child custody and support, if applicable
  • Messages, videos, or any other evidence against your partner

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