Houston Contested and Uncontested Divorce Attorney Focused on Clients’ Rights and Children’s Needs

Uncontested Divorce

At every stage of your case, our attorney and staff focus their attention on protecting your rights and the best interests of your children. We are a law firm that specializes in family law. Whether you are facing a contested or uncontested divorce or a child custody dispute, we know the difficult situation faced by your family.

Our firm is open to diversity and provides each client with the resources and tools to move forward after a difficult family situation. When you need a counselor, guide and advocate, contact The Alsandor Law Firm for a consultation.

Board Certified Family Law Attorney

Cheryl Alsandor is a Board Certified Family Law Attorney, certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Ms. Alsandor is a counselor and an advocate for her clients, presenting them with honest assessments and reasonable expectations for results. As a counselor, she will provide you with the information, resources, guidance you need. As an advocate, she will take every necessary action to protect your rights and your family. For more information about attorney Cheryl Alsandor, please contact our office directly to schedule a consultation.

Unique Capabilities to Address a Diverse Clientèle

At The Alsandor Law Firm, we know that every client comes in with a unique situation and concerns. From your initial consultation, we will take a comprehensive approach, understanding your individual needs so that we can provide tailored legal services that adjust to the demands of your case. Whether you are concerned about financial protection after divorce and the division of property or protection from domestic abuse, we know that every client faces a difficult situation and needs our assistance to protect their rights and resolve any family legal dispute.


Contact Us

Contact The Alsandor Law Firm for a consultation with a family and divorce law specialist serving clients throughout the Greater Houston, Texas area.