The Handler Law Firm focuses on Family Law issues. Feel free to contact us now or later. Either way, our site has some good information for you to explore.


Either you are thinking of calling it quits or your spouse just served you with divorce papers. Whether it will be uncontested or a fight to the finish, the decisions you make during this time will have an enormous impact on you for the rest of your life. Read all about a Texas Divorce.

Child Custody, Support, and Visitation

Minimizing the impact of divorce on the children is important. The goal is to design a Parenting Plan that is in the best interest of the children. These plans cover child supportcustody and visitation. We also assist with modifications to existing orders and guardianship issues.

Modifications of Previous Court Orders

Has your life significantly changed since your divorce? Is there something in your divorce decree that you wish was different? Many people petition the court months or even years after the divorce is final. Often it is to change agreements involving the children such as custody, visitation, or even where the children are allowed to live. We can help you through Court Order Modifications.

Wills, Trusts, and Estate Planning

The inevitable will happen one day and you won’t be able to help your family if you have passed-on. Even if your not typically a planner, pre-arranging some things will have an enormous positive impact on those who live on. We can help you achieve your wishes through Wills, Trusts, and Estate Planning

Prenup/Postnup Agreements

Whether you already have a lot of assets, or intend to try to acquire wealth in the future, Prenup/Postnup Agreements are valuable tools. These agreements between spouses put you in control and take decisions out of the hands of courts and judges who just view your life as just another case.

Guardianship and Parental Rights

Whether you are looking to establish or terminate Guardianship or Parental Rights, the laws and the judge will have their say. These rights are powerful and the courts take them very seriously. It is important that you consult an attorney and discuss your agenda so we can determine how best to help.