San Antonio Divorce Attorneys
“Lots of attorneys know how to file a lawsuit. I know how to get a judgment and enforce compliance with the Court’s Order.”
We Specialize in San Antonio Family Law.
The McLaughlin Law Office has served the complex and legal needs of the San Antonio community for 30 years. Elizabeth McLaughlin is a graduate of Texas Tech University School of Law and admitted to practice before Texas State Courts, US District Courts, Western District of Texas, and US Bankruptcy Court. At McLaughlin Law Office we offer extensive experience and yet a compassionate approach within a variety of areas in Family Law .
Offering Trusted Legal Services Since 1976
Why Choose Us
Honest, Expert Lawyer
Elizabeth uses her extensive experience acquired over the last three decades to analyze your case, determine your goals, and to develop a plan that meets those goals in an affordable and efficient manner.
Affordable Legal Service
We offer affordable legal services by an experienced San Antonio family law female attorney. Connect with us today to learn about our affordable payment plans and our no-cost initial consultation.
Mediation As An Option
Elizabeth is a Certified Mediation Attorney. In San Antonio, Family Law Mediation has been a very successful method for resolving disputes in divorce and other family law cases. Learn More
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