Hendershot, Cannon, Martin & Hisey, P.C. is an award-winning full-service Houston family law firm accessible to clients throughout Texas; we also help people living elsewhere who have legal needs in our service area. Our family law practice is led by Board Certified Family Law Specialist Lennea Cannon (Texas Board of Legal Specialization) and attorneys Lori Blackwell and Yoka Larasati. Together our team provides highly focused, top-tier advocacy and legal representation you can trust.
For our family law work, we have been recognized by both peers and clients:
Have questions? Ready to discuss your family law or divorce case? Give us a call at 713-783-3110 or complete an online form 24/7.
Our divorce lawyers are dynamic negotiators and established trial lawyers. If you are going through a divorce –uncontested or contested– be sure to contact our family law team. While our team strives to find collaborative solutions for clients through routes such as mediation, we will not hesitate to uphold your interests in the courtroom should litigation become necessary.
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Although adoption is a joyful event, the legal process it requires can be stressful and filled with uncertainty. Our adoption attorneys have relevant experience covering the full spectrum of adoption from straightforward to complex cases including:
Getting married is exciting! Talking about money or "prenups" (prenuptial agreements) is not so exciting - BUT nearly everyone has some property worth protecting. Whether you decide to get a prenuptial agreement or want to establish a post-nuptial agreement after the wedding, our family law firm can help!
Common reasons couples consider premarital or post-marital agreements include:
Life goes on—usually with many twists and turns after the resolution of a divorce or paternity claim or child custody agreement. An array of major changes in your life or your kids' lives can make it essential to take action. You may need to know your legal options for enforcement of an existing order, OR a modification to reflect current realities, or both.
Examples of Modification & enforcement cases we handle: :
Grandfathers and grandmothers are primary sources of love and support for many children. Sadly, these bonds can be severed due to divorce, death of one parent, incarceration, abandonment or other life-altering developments. Our lawyers work aggressively to help grandparents obtain enforceable visitation rights when the law provides for them. In addition, we have substantial experience assisting grandparents and other close relatives who must step in to care for children and wish to obtain custody.
If you are alleged to have fathered a child, you may first need a definitive answer as to whether that's true. It may be important for you to seek visitation rights or a custody arrangement that allows you to have a meaningful role in your child's life. We advise and represent unmarried fathers, as well as mothers who wish to lawfully establish paternity.
At Hendershot, Cannon, Martin & Hisey, P.C. , we have a balanced, long-standing practice representing both fathers and mothers in family law matters. We prioritize maximum protection of every client's rights alongside outcomes that put children's needs first. That said, we are extremely effective in pursuing fathers' rights involving custody, parenting time, protection of assets and business interests, and much more. We target outcomes that do justice to fathers' roles in kids' lives; sometimes this requires overcoming stereotypes and false allegations.
Domestic violence, threats, and intimidation is a problem in many households, crossing all social and economic lines. If you fear for your own safety or your children's as a result of family violence, you may have an urgent need to get a protective order put in place. This can be used to obtain a kick-out order to secure exclusive possession of a home in certain instances. If someone has filed for a protective order against you, do not misjudge the potentially devastating impact on your life—including its outcome on your family law dispute. A wrongfully issued protective order will have serious long-term effects on your life. It can cost you your career in certain professions, prevent you from buying a firearm and result in multiple other negative consequences.
We are a Houston family law firm that provides reliable solutions for complex situations. When a family law matter involves any high-stakes situation, we are the firm and the team of attorneys that Texans turn to. Please call 713-783-3110 or contact us online to request your initial consultation.