Mr. Luce understands the stress you may feel from a variety of legal matters and the Luce Law Firm knows how to navigate the complexities of Texas law. He can counsel and offer guidance in the following practice areas:
Family Law: Changes in your family structure can be scary for all those involved. Whether you are pursuing adoption, experiencing marital conflict or facing another issue close to home, you need a family law attorney who can provide you with understanding support and trustworthy representation. Mr. Luce is dedicated to answering all of your questions as he guides you through the family law process.
Evaluation of all aspects of Divorce including:
High Net Worth Divorce
Complex Property Division
Reimbursement to Estates
Valuation and Characterization of Business Entities
Disproportionate Division of Property
Breach of Fiduciary Duty
All Issues Concerning Children
Mr. Luce will also advise you of your rights or obligations and guide you through the modification of current Orders involving:
All issues concerning children
Civil Trial Law: A legal dispute can greatly affect both your business and personal life. Mr. Luce is a civil litigation attorney who can use litigation, arbitration and mediation to help businesses, families and individuals resolve their disputes. Prosecution and defense of a wide variety of civil matters include:
Breach of Warranty
Breach of Contract
Deceptive Trade Practices
Insurance Bad Faith
Extraordinary Remedies or Claims for Relief
Alternative Dispute Resolution
When you retain the Luce Law Firm, you will be kept informed as a team of professionals are put together to move your case forward, gather necessary documents, and stay by your side through any hearings and, if necessary, final trial. Mr. Luce uses an array of litigation, arbitration, and mediation.
Specific Areas of Practice for our Southlake office:
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