Family Law

Soledad Vaquerano is an experienced attorney in Houston, who offers a variety of services including:


Houston Divorce and Family Law:


  • Divorce – Contested and Uncontested

  • Enforcing Child Support and Visitation Orders

  • Modification of Child Support, Custody Visitation

  • Suit Affecting Parent Child Relationship (SAPCR)

  • Attorney General Cases

  • Child Support

  • Child Visitation

  • Child Custody

  • Name Changes

  • Adoptions

  • Paternity

  • Pre-Marital Agreements

  • Protective Orders

  • Termination of Parental Rights



Divorce will be one of the most difficult things you will go through. Many times, emotions such as despair, anger, fear, resentment and hopelessness come into play and they have the ability to cloud your better judgment.


This is the reason you need an experienced attorney on your side is to guide you through the process and have your best interest in mind.


As an experienced divorce attorney, Soledad R. Vaquerano’s goal is to make your divorce process flow as smooth as possible. We understand the importance of educating our clients about their rights and duties in regards to getting a divorce in Texas.


If there are children of the marriage, the court require orders as to conservatorship, possession and access, child support, and medical support at the time of the divorce.


To effectuate a property division, a well drafted divorce decree can make the difference, along with special warranty deeds transferring real property, motor vehicle power of attorney, or a qualified domestic relations orders.


If all of the above are going concerns and knowing your rights and knowing exactly what it is you’re entitled to is important to you, please contact us at your first opportunity and schedule your initial consultation.



In divorce cases, depending on the situation we can request temporary orders, which require a hearing and/or mediation. Temporary Orders are orders which are put in place to address the issues that will arise in the time between the period that the spouses separate and the time that the divorce is finalized, in other words, while the divorce is pending.


Some of the issues may include, but are not limited to, equalizing the parties’ access to financial resources earned during the marriage, possession of property, payment of debts, child support, conservatorship, medical support, access and possession of the children, and spousal support.


The goal of the court in a temporary order is to maintain the parent-child relationship between each child and both parents and bring equanimity, to some extent, between the parties to prevent spoilage, transfer, or loss of property.