The office of Michael D. Curran has over 31 years’ experience in family law in the state of Texas. Practicing primarily in Collin county Texas. Mr. Curran has had tremendous success in the contested custody cases he has handled. Most of the clients that have sought out the law firm of Michael D. Curran have done so through word of mouth and direct referrals prior to the establishment of this website in July of 2015. It is the practice of the firm to meet with a client on a FREE consultation. After consulting with the client, evaluate the case and determine the amount of time that will be required to successfully represent the client and to quote a flat fee based on an hourly rate. This practice prevents clients from receiving monthly statements that eventually accumulate into amounts that can sometimes be overwhelming. Based on the knowledge on Mr. Curran’s 31 years of experience, Mr. Curran can accurately estimate the amount of time and effort that would be required by each case.
Post Divorce Modifications
The firm of Michael D. Curran has extensive experience in post divirce modification. Many times this involves changes in custody once children have achieved the age of 12 years or older and have a desire to change which parent will be the primary care taker. Once again it is the practice of this firm to quote a flat fee to ensure each client knows in advance what they are up against.
The law firm of Michael D. Curran routinely represents custodial parent in matter of unpaid child support. Many times these are handled on a contingent basis. It is important for the client to know that when a parent has not been paying their support in a timely matter and an arears has accumulated, the firm of Michael D. Curran is able to secure relief anywhere from incarceration the delinquent parent for non-payment of support to obtaining a civil judgement for the arears. In the event of obtaining a civil judgement it is possible to have the drivers and professional licences of the delinquent parent suspended and to garnish any bank accounts or wages and to process a writ of execution on private property including vehicles to seek payment of arears.