“With Randy by my side, I was able to get through a complex divorce/custody battle and achieve the outcome I desired. Randy is very dependable attorney, knows the law well, and his attitude is truly remarkable!”
A Divorce Attorney Serving Your Family's Best Interests
The significant emotional energy and love you invest in another person and maybe even children can seem to implode when you break up or dissolve your marriage, magnifying even the simplest issue or disagreement. Our Texas legal team understands the substantial hardships and stress associated with divorce litigation. We are committed to pursuing creative resolutions that benefit all parties, but especially the children.
At the Law Office of Randy Michel, we provide comprehensive divorce litigation representation to clients in the Bryan-College Station area and those in surrounding counties. We listen to our clients and conduct thorough case preparation to ensure our representation is tailored to their unique needs. We strive to guide our clients through the process as seamlessly as possible.
Important Aspects of Divorce
Our comprehensive divorce litigation practice includes leveraging our extensive experience to help clients achieve their goals for:
- Family law matters
- Property division
- Spousal support/alimony
- Child support and custody
- Estate planning
Why Choose Randy Michel
Our legal team is directed by College Station divorce attorney Randy Michel, who has handled thousands of contested and uncontested divorces. With more than 37 years of experience, including several as a judge, more than 26 years as a Board Certified civil trial attorney, and more than 23 as a certified mediator, he possesses sophisticated divorce experience.
Achieve the Best Possible Outcome
As a certified mediator, attorney Randy Michel understands the importance of collaboration. Most judges require mediation before hearing and deciding a divorce case. When you and your partner can come to an agreement that benefits everyone, you have more control over the outcome of your divorce.
If mediation is not the answer, we will zealously advocate to protect your rights and obtain the best possible outcome through litigation or trial.
When a substantial change affects your circumstances, you may pursue a post-decree modification. These post-decree changes can apply to:
Common Modification Circumstances
Substantial and material (significant) changes in circumstances typically include work, health and scheduling issues. you may pursue a modification or be a participant in one if:
- You or your ex-spouse experiences job loss
- You or your ex-spouse possibly spend less time with the children
- You or your ex-spouse remarries
- Your teenage children incur significantly more expenses than when they were toddlers
It is important to discuss modifications with a qualified lawyer as there are many restrictions.
“ It was clear that he has a great deal of experience with divorce cases. He made sure that I completely and rationally considered all aspects of my options at each turning point as well as when it was time to make compromises and get the deal done.”
When one parent wishes to move out of state or to a different Texas jurisdiction, he or she must ask the court to approve the move-away. The best-case scenario has both parties collaborating to create an agreement that can be filed with the court. However, our law firm understands the emotional and financial issues associated with move-away situations. We will:
- Evaluate your divorce decree
- Take the issue to a judge
- Negotiate with the other side
- Pursue creative solutions that benefit all parties
Schedule Your Consultation
We are available to discuss your issue at (979) 764-2435, or you may contact us online. We proudly represent military personnel and their families. We are located off Southwest Parkway between Wendy's and Wells Fargo. Don't trust your GPS — it will point you to a different neighborhood. We are tucked behind the Wells Fargo.
"Randy Michel is an honorable guy, who ensures you are well cared for and fully aware of all legal nuances, no matter what."Tad V.