Brian Douglas WaltersWalters & Turquand, PLLC
- Divorce, Family Law
Hi, I'm Brian. I was born in Florida, the son a career Marine Corps officer. After living all over the world and graduating from high school in West Germany, I returned to Texas and graduated from Texas A&M University in 1993 with a BBA. I then graduated from The University of Texas Law School in 1996. I've practiced exclusively family and divorce law since then. I was Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in 2003 and am remain so today. Me and my staff work hard for our clients and are 100 available to them. Give us a call if you'd like to discuss further.
- Collaborative Law, Contested Divorce, Military Divorce, Property Division, Same Sex Divorce, Spousal Support & Alimony, Uncontested Divorce
- Family Law
- Adoption, Child Custody, Child Support, Father's Rights, Guardianship & Conservatorship, Paternity, Prenups & Marital Agreements, Restraining Orders, Same Sex Family Law
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Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
Retainer Fees Every reputable family law attorney charges a retainer fee. This is an upfront payment to the lawyer at the time he is hired. This payment covers the initial estimated charges in a case. Sometimes it is more than is needed, and then clients get a refund of the unused portion. Often more funds are needed as the case goes along. Here are some important points to know: Retainer Size: This is the most important issue. Retainer Fees range from $5,000 upward, depending on the lawyer and case. Our retainer fees are $10,000 for hiring Brian, less for one of our staff attorneys. The factors that increase the retainer are: (a) whether there are children; (b) assets involved in a divorce; (c) anticipated level of conflict; (d) attorney on the other side; (e) Court that the case is filed in; and, (f) probability that a client will pay in the future.
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- Walters & Turquand, PLLC
- Davis & Davis, PC
- University of Texas - Austin
- J.D. (1996)
- Texas A&M University - College Station
- B.B.A. (1993)
- Rising Stars
- Super Lawyers
- Client Choice Award
- Texas Board of Legal Specialization
- Board Certification - Family Law (2003-8)
- Texas State Bar  # 00797619
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- A Guide to Texas Child Support Law
- Texas Attorney General Publications
- Opportunities in the Legal World, University of Texas
- Family Law Updates, University of Texas School of Law
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- Texas Board Of Legal Specialization
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- Q. My husband is filing for divorce and he owned his house before I moved in. Do I have rights to anything?
- A: Please refer to the links below. 1. https://www.brianwalterslawfirm.com/separate-property-comingled/ 2. https://www.brianwalterslawfirm.com/what-is-separate-property/ 3. https://www.brianwalterslawfirm.com/who-gets-the-couch/
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