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Andrew Bayley
The Bayley Law Firm

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2020 SW Freeway Service Rd
#100
Houston, TX 77098
USA
(713) 383-8887

Description of Practice

Complex, emotional family law issues cause uncertainty and anxiety for many people. These unknowns make it all the more difficult to see the road ahead — a path to a brighter future. At The Bayley Law Firm, you have the opportunity to sit down with a knowledgeable, compassionate Houston divorce attorney who relates to your worries and concerns. Attorney Andrew Bayley walks you through what to expect at each stage of your case. Armed with this knowledge, you can feel more confident about making important decisions and moving forward with your life. In every family law matter he handles, Mr. Bayley provides quality legal advocacy for clients facing divorce and child custody issues. He strives to help you resolve disputes in a positive, amicable manner whenever possible. Through negotiation and mediation, he can help you craft an arrangement that makes sense for you and your child or children.

Professional Background

Board Certified, Family Law - Texas Board Of Legal Specialization Andrew Bayley is the lead attorney for The Bayley Law Firm. Since 2010 Andrew has helped countless individuals, families, and businesses with their legal needs in family law, real estate law, business litigation, and small business support. He has appeared and argued cases in front of nearly every sitting District Court Judge in Harris County and surrounding counties, and has argued cases to both the First and Fourteenth Court of Appeals.

Degrees

Western Illinois University - Political Science, 2006 South Texas College of Law - Juris Doctorate, 2009

Areas of Practice

  • Adoption
  • Adult Family
  • Divorce (all issues)
  • Divorce (parenting)
  • Family

Professional Services

  • Mediator
  • Arbitrator
  • Collaborative Professional
  • Facilitator
  • Online Mediator
  • Online Arbitrator
  • Parenting Coordinator
  • Mediating Lawyer




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