Family and Business Attorneys in The Woodlands, Texas
Law Firm OverviewKalish Law Texas is a divorce, collaborative law, family law, estate planning and business law firm located in The Woodlands, Texas. We assist in all matters of family law with personal and passionate representation. Our goal at Kalish Law Texas is to make a difference in the lives of our clients.
We are ready and able to combine our various areas of law to help real people with real-life situations. This means that if you are about to file with divorce, we can also advise you about how the divorce will affect your small business, or how and when you should update your will. We can help you with those overlapping areas of law that occur in real life.
Attorney Bob Kalish founded the Kalish Law Firm over 30 years ago with the objective of providing legal care to families and businesses alike with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. At Kalish Law, our eye is on your future, whether it is peaceably dividing assets after a divorce or planning your estate or future business endeavor. We are a well-rounded firm ready to put to use our extensive experience in order to provide assistance with any legal matter our clients may have.
Attorney Siomara Ramirez Pitre is fluent in English and Spanish. We also have a paralegal and legal assistant who are bilingual English/Spanish to assist our Spanish-speaking clients.
Tenemos una abogada que habla espaņol directamente con usted.
Year this Office was Established: 1984
Languages: Spanish, Italian, English
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Health Care Directives; Elder Care Planning; Estate Planning for Non-Traditional Families; Non-Probate Settlement of Estates; Letters Testamentary; Muniments of Title; Intestate Succession; Contested Probate Cases; Child Support Collection and Modification; Paternity Termination; Non-Traditional Family Law; Business Start-up and Choice of Entity; Incorporation; Drafting of Initial Documents; Contract Drafting and Negotiation; Ongoing Business Guidance; Legal Risk Management and Employment Law; Business Purchase or Sale; Deed Preparation; Document Review; Legal Services for Healthcare Professionals; Child Custody and Modification; Complex Marital Assets and Divorce; Family Trust Agreements; Guardianships.
Areas of Law Description
The Kalish Law Office provides experienced, knowledgeable legal representation in the following practice areas:
- Family Law
Our divorce and family law attorneys have experience in negotiation, settlement and collaborative divorce. Our family law attorneys in The Woodlands handle child support, custody and modification cases. If your prior court orders for visitation, custody, or child support are no longer serving the needs of your family, we can help you file for a modification of those orders.
- Business Law
The skilled business law attorneys at Kalish Law Office can also assist you with the start-up of your new business. We will meet with you to discuss your goals and help you to formulate a business plan. We will guide you through the choice of business entity and help you draft documents and register your new or ongoing business with the proper state and governmental authorities.
- Estate Planning and Probate Law
Our attorneys at Kalish Law Office have the knowledge and experience to help you understand your estate planning options, from drafting a simple will to reviewing a variety of estate planning options for complicated or high asset estates.
Mr. Bob Kalish
Business and Industry, Divorce, Estate Planning, Family Law, Litigation
Ms. Laura Kalish
Adoption, Business and Industry, Business Law, Contracts, Estate Planning
Ms. Siomara R. Pitre
Adoption, Business and Industry, Civil Litigation, Divorce, Domestic Violence
- Montgomery County Bar Association
- Montgomery County Hispanic Chamber
- The Collaborative Law Institute of Texas
- International Academy of Collaborative Professionals
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