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Austin Divorce Attorney

Travis County Texas Divorce Lawyer

Divorce and Family Law Attorney, Linda Stanley

At the law offices of Linda Stanley, P.L.L.C., we listen to your problems and, relying on our nearly 25 years of experience and our knowledge of divorce and family law, help you decide whether you and your family law issues would be best served by representation, mediation or collaborative law.

Linda Stanley, P.L.L.C.

Board Certified - Family Law
Texas Board of Legal Specialization

AV®-rated* under Martindale-Hubbell’s peer review rating system

Licensed 1984 in Texas

Certified mediator

Trained in collaborative law

Linda Stanley is a sole practitioner who is both a trained family law mediator and a family law attorney with nearly 25 years experience. She is supported by her legal assistant, Nathan Henderson, who also has nearly 25 years legal experience. When necessary, contract lawyers with substantial family law experience are used.

Whether your family conflict involves divorce, domestic partnership dissolution, child custody, visitation issues or another matter, we will help you decide which type of conflict resolution process best fits your needs and your financial considerations. We can represent you regardless of whether you choose to file for divorce and use divorce mediation, collaborative law or litigation.

Contact Linda Stanley, P.L.L.C.

To schedule a confidential consultation, please contact our offices. Call 1-866-930-6377 or 512-961-7607, or send us an e-mail.

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