San Antonio Collaborative Divorce Attorneys
Family Law and Mediation
Probate and Estate Planning and Administration
Serving San Antonio, Bexar County and South Texas Since 1985
We established BRAY, CHAPPELL & PATTERSON, INC. in 1985 to serve families in difficult seasons with excellence and wisdom—providing legal services that value not only our clients’ financial interests but also their relationships. Our firm has always been rated highly by our professional peers as well as by our clients. We strive to accomplish for each and every client the needed legal outcome without unnecessary expense or damage to relationships. For over 30 years, this has been a winning formula for both our clients and staff.
If you are faced with a divorce, our attorneys will help you explore alternatives to traditionally adversarial family law litigation. Families today do have options. Collaborative Divorce and Early Intervention Mediation are processes where the husband, wife and both of their attorneys agree to resolve all issues in their case without involving a court. They work together, in private, to find a way to meet each individual’s needs so that the couple may make a smoother transition from being married to being single.
In addition to collaboration, our firm has conducted hundreds of family law mediations. Our attorneys use their extensive experience to provide superior legal services across a wide range of practice areas that south central Texas families rely on most.
Attorneys who will provide one-on-one attention, help you understand the legal challenges you are facing, and represent your best interests throughout the course of your case.
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