Putting You In Control Of Your Family’s Future

Because of what is at stake, family law cases are often extremely contentious. These cases are also often complex to try because in each Texas county, the judges try these cases differently. It is therefore important to have with you a lawyer with extensive family law experience who is unafraid to try the most challenging issues in court and preparedly advocate your best solution at mediation.

Attorney Kathryn Figueredo Fowler is a trial attorney who has nearly 30 years of experience trying divorce and child custody cases. She understands the law and knows how each county’s family court division operates. Due to her level of experience, she understands what each judge she appears in front of requires.

We Have The Resources You Need

Family law is constantly evolving, and it is important for any law firm to keep up on the trends to provide effective representation. Our entire office is technologically savvy. This is extremely important in child custody and other family law cases because it gives us greater control to get matters done quickly. Our ability to access information and files efficiently allows us to begin working on your case immediately.

The Law Office of Kathryn Figueredo Fowler helps you maintain control of your future throughout the legal process. We help you make wise decisions in family law cases, including:

We have access to forensic experts, accountants, social workers and other professionals who can testify on your behalf. We also have access to counselors and therapists who can help you and your child deal with difficult personal issues. In high-asset divorce cases and divorces involving family businesses, we use experts to optimize division of assets.

Reach A Family Law Attorney Who Can Help

To learn more about your family law options, contact the Law Office of Kathryn Figueredo Fowler, in Georgetown, Texas, by calling 512-943-9812 or sending us a message online. Our office is conveniently located three blocks away from the Williamson County courthouse.