Houston Divorce Lawyer Kay Polk has helped hundreds of families find resolutions to their family law issues since establishing her Houston law practice in 2000. She is a responsive attorney with compassion and an understanding of how stressful legal issues can be to you and your family.
Family Law Firm’s Practice Areas
Kay Polk’s law practice encompasses a wide range of family law practice areas for residents of Houston, Harris County, and surrounding areas, including child support and custody, divorce and separation, and marital agreements.
|Annulments||Attorney General Cases|
|Co-habitation Agreements||Contested Divorce|
|Uncontested Divorce||Enforcement of Agreements|
|Visitation Rights||Child Support|
|Grandparent Rights||Marital Property|
|Community property||Separate Property|
|Military Divorce||Modification of Agreements|
|Custody||Conservatorship Rights and Duties|
|Name Change||Parental Rights|
|Paternity||Pre- and Post-Marital Agreements|
|Relocation after Divorce and Custody Issues||Termination of Parental Rights|
Knowledgeable & Experienced Houston Family Law Attorneys
The Kay Polk Family Law Firm will provide you with the tools necessary to understand how family law cases are handled in Houston. She gives each client the personal attention expected of a family law firm handling sensitive issues. Kay is a knowledgeable and experienced source for information on divorce law in Houston, Texas and how it relates to your situation. She welcomes questions from Harris County and Houston families inquiring about adoption, child custody, divorce, matrimonial, and other family laws in Texas.
Kay Polk knows that before you are ready to call a family or divorce law firm in Houston you may want to research topics associated with family relationships. Visit our Houston family law Frequently Asked Questions page and our Practice Areas page for additional information on:
- Marital property rights and liabilities
- Enforcement of a court order
- Child support
- Modification of child support
- Possession and access to the child
- Pre- and post-marital agreements