Family Law

Your Trusted

El Paso Family Law Attorney

For many people, family is the most important aspect of their lives. When something goes wrong, or family life is in flux, it can be stressful and raise concerns about the future. When the court needs to get involved with a family-related matter, it can be particularly difficult.

If you are in the El Paso area and need legal guidance regarding any type of family law matter, look no further than Celia A. Villaseñor, Attorney and Counselor at Law. Our office represents clients from all walks of life, and we serve Spanish-speaking families, as well. Reach out to discuss your family law concerns and how we might be able to help.

Texas Family Laws

Like every state, Texas sets out laws that govern family relationships in many ways. This includes parental rights and responsibilities, marriage, shared property, and more. When you have a family law case arise in or around El Paso, your case will be subject to Texas law, which can be complex and confusing.

It is important to always have a lawyer on your side who can navigate Texas law and apply it to your case to seek the most favorable outcome possible. Relieve your stress by consulting with attorney Celia A. Villaseñor today.

Cases We Handle

The following are some examples of cases we handle on a regular basis.


Having a marriage end is a stressful time, and how you handle your divorce can directly impact your future finances and relationships with your children. We can help with all divorce-related issues, including the division of community property and child-related matters.

Spousal support

Spousal support - also known as alimony - is not an issue in every divorce case, but when it arises, it can be a contentious matter. We can help whether you are seeking support or being asked to pay support.

Child conservatorship and child support

In Texas, child custody is called “conservatorship,” and this issue can come up as part of a divorce case or between parents who were never married. Conservatorship arrangements usually go hand-in-hand with child support determinations.

Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements

If you are planning to marry, you should consider whether a prenuptial agreement will help to protect your rights should the marriage end. If you are married and want an agreement, you can enter into a postnuptial agreement.

Modifications of orders

If you have an existing support or conservatorship order that is no longer working due to changed circumstances, we can help you seek a modification of the order.


Adoption benefits many people, including women who cannot care for their child and families who want to complete their families through adoption. This is a legal process, and we can help it go as smoothly as possible for all parties.

Child Protective Services Cases

It can be a nightmare to have Child Protective Services investigate you or threaten your parental rights. You need an advocate who will stand up and help you during this devastating time. We handle all types of matters involving CPS, including adoptions, fostering, relative parent interventions, and more.