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Julie Ketterman, Family Lawyer in Houston Texas, has represented and advised thousands of individuals with Family Law issues in Harris County, Galveston, Brazoria County, Ft. Bend County, Matagorda County and Waller County.

CPS Defense/Family Law

Houston Texas CPS Defense lawyer Julie Ketterman has fought CPS...and won. She has a passion for protecting families from false child-abuse or neglect allegations and the resulting government intrusion. If your family has been targeted by CPS, you and your children are at risk.

CPS Questions

Julie Ketterman, Texas Child Protection Services defense attorney, has a statewide focus on representing the legal rights of parents with Child Protection Services (CPS) issues.

Practice Areas

Family Law attorney Julie Ketterman primarily practices in Houston (Harris, Galveston, Brazoria, Ft. Bend, Matagorda and Waller counties) but has represented thousands of divorce and family law clients throughout Texas.

What is CPS

Child Protective Services (CPS) is a government agency that acts to ensure the safety of children and uphold child laws. When any reports of child abuse, child neglect, exploitation or abandonment arise, CPS is called upon to conduct an investigation.

Why Hire

Houston Family Lawyer Julie Ketterman provides exceptional representation in all areas of Family law including Divorce, Child Protective Services Defense, Child Support, Child Visitation, Spousal Support, Adoption, Domestic Violence, Criminal Law, Child Custody, Paternity, Guardianships, Motions to Modify, Marital Property Division, Relocation, Post-Judgment Actions, Prenuptial Agreements, Visitation, and Divorce Mediation in Harris County, Galveston, Brazoria County, Chambers County, Montgomery County, Fort Bend County and Waller County.


Julie Ketterman, Houston Marriage Annulment Lawyer, has represented and advised thousands of individuals with Family Law issues, including annulments, in Harris, Galveston, Brazoria, Ft. Bend, Matagorda, Chambers, Montgomery, Fort Bend and Waller counties.

Child Custody

Houston Texas Family Lawyer Julie Ketterman, has represented thousands of divorcing couples with child custody issues in Harris, Galveston, Brazoria, Ft. Bend, Matagorda and Waller counties.

Child Protection Services Questions

CPS issues include child abuse, child neglect, exploitation, abandonment, a child in danger, temporary removal and protective orders.

Child Visitation

Child visitation lawyer Julie Ketterman professionally handles Divorce issues related to children such as child visitations, child custody, Texas law for periods of child possession, domestic violence, CPS defense, the Texas Family Code, the Texas Standard Visitation Schedule for those in Harris, Galveston, Brazoria, Ft. Bend, Matagorda and Waller counties.

Common Law Marriage

Common law marriage and Common law divorce in Texas may involve issues regarding establishing a valid common law marriage, a common law marriage agreement, a common law marriage disclosure, Child Support laws, Child Custody Laws and marital property division.


Houston Divorce Lawyer Julie Ketterman's, goal is to resolve matters quickly and to save you the trauma of litigation. When necessary, she will vigorously defend your rights in court. A divorce, child custody case or other family law case does not always have to be a traumatic, combative experience.

Restraining Orders

If from the beginning of the divorce process, the party filing for divorce feels that there is a risk that the other party may tamper with the community funds or is acting in a threatening or harassing manner, a request for a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) is issued and filed with the court at the time the divorce petition is filed. A hearing is set at the same time.

Simple Divorce

In a simple divorce, a divorce decree can be prepared while the 60-day waiting period elapses. Once the divorce decree is drafted based on the agreed terms and both husband and wife sign the divorce decree, the facts and the paperwork are presented to the Judge and the divorce is granted.

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