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Upon graduating from law school Mr. Granata engaged in and accepted employment in the Securities industry with a local Dallas Brokerage Company. On a whim he was retained by a divorce client and more than 10 years later is still as a Dallas divorce attorney. He never looked back. Having handled hundreds of family law and custody clients he believes in prompt, aggressive representation when the parties are unable to decide on the terms of the dispute. His philosophy always is that litigation is a last resort and all attempts at mediation should be explored first.View Full Bio Download VCard
For parents with minor children, getting a divorce will bring an end to your marriage, but it typically will not bring an absolute end to your relationship. You and your former spouse will still need...