Law Offices of William D. Powers

Divorce and Family Law Firm in Austin, Texas

Law Offices of William D. Powers

8911 North Capital of Texas Highway
Building 2, Suite 2105

Austin, Texas 78759

Phone(512) 610-6199

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Law Firm Overview

Law Offices of William D. Powers is an experienced, dedicated law firm based in Austin. We provide specialized legal representation in family law cases in Central Texas, including Travis and Williamson Counties.
Each of our client’s situations, and the legal processes through which they must journey, demand individualized legal services like ours, to ensure that every need is addressed.

Our practice is focused on divorce and custody cases, pre- and post-marital agreements, adoptions, and paternity cases. During emotional times involving family issues, we make every effort to be a voice of reason for our clients by executing various options including mediation and the collaborative law process, with the hopes that these matters may be settled without litigation whenever possible. We endeavor to maintain a current understanding of the newest applications of law and technology as they apply to each of our client’s cases.

Although family law issues and the legal processes involved are complicated, the results do not have to be tragic. At the Law Offices of William D. Powers, we provide a personal touch, ensuring that each attorney-client relationship is as individual as our clients and their circumstances are.

Areas of Law

Additional Areas of Law: Contested Divorce; Complex Property Litigation; High Asset Divorce; Protective Order.

Areas of Law Description

Our practice areas include:

- Divorce

Under Texas law, a divorce requires that community property be identified and divided, and that other financial issues are resolved, including confirmation of separate property and reimbursement among the community and separate estates. The financial futures of both spouses are affected by the allocation of tax liability, responsibility for on-going debts, the possibility of spousal maintenance (also known as alimony), and the enforceability of awards of property and debt.


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