McClure Law Group: 100% Family Law
When fortune and family matters, McClure Law Group will fight for yours.
The McClure Law Group is a boutique Dallas family law firm focused exclusively on family law. From offices in Highland Park and Plano, the firm handles every kind of family law matter for clients in Dallas, Collin, Tarrant and Denton counties and across Texas.
McClure Law group expertly handles marital issues from pre- and post-marital agreements to divorce, child custody agreements and modifications, valuation and property division, adoption, and child support and paternity matters. Every member of the McClure Law Group team shares a genuine commitment to safeguard fragile family relationships and to protect finances throughout each case, advocating for each family’s future with a decisive, efficient practice style.
Kelly McClure, a leader of the Collaborative Law movement in Texas, has held the distinction of Board Certification in Family Law since 1985 – a designation awarded only those attorneys demonstrating the highest public commitment to excellence in the field of family law.
Family law is a great passion – a vocation – for McClure. When McClure experienced the deep satisfaction of helping economically challenged families find resolution to family law issues in pro bono work, she changed the course of her career from tax law to family law. More than two decades of her legal practice has been invested, heart and soul, in the practice of family law in courtroom and collaborative settings.
Every McClure Law Group client benefits from that proficiency in tax law, accrued in the early years of McClure’s legal career. It’s often the deciding factor for clients with considerable assets when selecting family law attorneys. Kelly McClure’s sophisticated grasp of the tax implications of tangible and intangible personal and business assets can expedite the resolution of intricate cases, and protect a greater proportion of the resources at risk.
When families choose mediation, McClure Law Group’s talented attorneys at all levels share Collaborative Law best practices and expertise to expertly navigate clients through the maze of legal details that come with divorce, decisions about child custody, and property division. McClure is known for drawing out every detail of every case to equip the legal team for creative, even innovative solutions to resolve the issues at hand. Clients dealing with the emotional and financial strain of divorce value the firm’s compassion and discretion.
For clients who feel collaboration is not a viable option, McClure Law Group’s highly skilled attorneys call on advanced asset-tracing technology, sophisticated trial strategies, and considerable experience in front of judges in courts across Texas to present a compelling case at trial. The firm’s attorneys are selected for a unique blend of qualities that account for their success as negotiators and as litigators. Though the adjective most used to describe Kelly McClure is “aggressive”, her colleagues and clients are quick to praise the authentic kindness that is the source of her intense drive for justice.
McClure Law Group handles family law cases in counties across Texas. When clients need a legal advocate for out-of-state property valuation and asset division or child custody issues, McClure attorneys travel from coast to coast, and internationally, prepared to fight for the future of families wherever the case leads.
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