Ilionsky Law, PLLC
The majority of our practice deals with family law cases. Family law is a generalized area of law encompassing a variety of issues related to marriage and children. Family law issues tend to be of a very sensitive nature because the circumstances surrounding a family law case tend to involve money, property, access to and possession of children, and, it is not unusual to have parties accuse each other of questionable behavior. As such, emotions are often high in a family law case.
These kinds of cases can be very hard on everyone involved. It is critical to have counsel who knows the legal system, the applicable black letter law and stare decisis, and applicable court procedure. Our Houston family law office invites you to give us a call for an attorney consultation in regards to your legal issue.
- Custody Issues
- Child Support
- Modification of Orders
- Grandparent Access (also known as Grandparent’s Rights)
- Paternity Issues
- Adoption (USA and international)
- Legal Guardianship
- Restraining Orders
- Protective Orders
- Enforcement of Custody and Child Support
- Enforcement of Orders from Out of State
- Collaborative Law
Family Law is a special area of the legal system which combines three unique areas of law: the family code, litigation, and negotiation. For best results, it is recommended to use counsel, and our law office has a proven track record of exemplary success in family law, with our Houston family attorneys having been recognized and awarded multiple times for their legal work. If you would like to discuss your legal matter, what options are available to you, and how our family lawyer in Houston can help, please give our office a call.
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What Our Clients Are Saying
"Can I just say Thank God, for amazing attorneys that really care for you as a person and as a client, EZ Llionsky was understanding, attentive , help you fight for what is right. He is straight forward there is no bull ____ , my family and I are just very grateful that we found him.. I can not say it enough but Thank You so much!"
"EZ and his staff provided excellent service. He constantly went out of his way to make sure that my case was being handling properly. He genuinely cares about the case and more importantly making sure your okay during the process. His "go-get em'" attitude is something you want from a lawyer and that was the key to the outcome in my case. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND choosing Ilionsky Law firm for and legal matter!"
"Very happy with this firm's services. Always kept me up to date on all developments, was always very patient and explained everything to me so I can make all the decision so I felt in control of my divorce. My ex settled just to avoid his deposition because he was afraid of my lawyer. LOL."
"I can't say Thank you enough!!! to attorney Ilionsky. He represented me in a custody case. Being a single mom on a fixed budget, I was thinking I couldn't afford good legal representation. I was wrong attorney Ilionsky is an AMAZING ATTORNEY! He is fair, honest and cares about his clients. He is not out to take your money and charge you for every little thing. My case dragged on for a little over a year. Through out that time I never felt that he didn't have my best interest. I can't say these things about many attorneys but I can say that about him. He CARES and I would definitely use him again if I need too."
INSIGHT & COMMENTARY INTO THE PRACTICE OF LAW IN THE STATE OF TEXAS
Discovery is very common in divorce in Texas, and in lawsuits in general. What discovery is - in the basest of terms - is an exchange of information between the parties, including facts and legal theories they bring to up in Court, exhibits, witness lists, and so on....
In my many years of practice, I have only stumbled upon two or three cases where divorcing spouses are content to live in the same household. These instances aside, when a divorced is file, emotion is typically running high and it is almost impossible to live...
SUBPOENA OVERVIEW A subpoena is a writ which commands a witness to appear and (1) give testimony before a court or deposition, and/or, (2) to produce items which are pertinent to and may be used as evidence within an ongoing legal matter. It is a way for litigants to...