Font Size:


Collin County Divorce Attorney Says Divorce Happens To Good People

Any Collin County divorce attorney will tell you: divorce does happen to good people.  To people you know.  To your friends and to your neighbors.

Should divorce happen to you, an experienced Collin County divorce attorney is what you’ll need. Find an attorney who will carefully prepare and  guide you through the family court process.  Identify one whose goal is to achieve the best outcome possible for you and for your loved ones. Select a divorce attorney who has extensive background in divorce mediation and in divorce litigation.

Choose someone like Collin County Divorce Attorney Kathy Jane Erickson.

“I am committed to providing quality Divorce and Family Law services to each and every client.” Kathy Jane Erickson

Our firm helps people through difficult times, aiming for the best possible outcomes. We often resolve child custody issues, visitation schedules, and spousal support by finding solutions acceptable to both parties – without need for lengthy and expensive divorce litigation.  Our extensive trial experience benefits you in divorce mediation; we negotiate from a position of strength, knowing we are well prepared and capable of litigating powerfully for you if necessary.

We strive to minimize conflict, expense and the waste of your time by amicably settling your case. Our goal is to educate you to what is legally possible, then help you reach an appropriate agreement with your opposing party. However, we remain your advocate and we will zealously go to trial on your behalf when necessary.

Our cases often involve complex disputes – and we’re comfortable with that. Valuations of family businesses, interstate custody disputes, and complex stock and bond portfolios are familiar matters. We will prepare your case carefully for mediation or litigation, using the newest technology and a network of experts large enough to protect your interests.

To discuss the circumstances of your case, call me now – Kathy Jane Erickson, Collin County Divorce Attorney.

About | Collin County Family Law Attorney Kathy Jane Erickson

Collin County Family Law Attorney
Former Assistant State Attorney

Special Prosecutor for Child Abuse/Sex Crimes Unit

My experience in Divorce, Family Law and all phases of domestic relations ranges from simple uncontested divorces to highly involved contested cases that require extensive preparation and litigation.

In Criminal Law areas I have extensive trial experience varying from misdemeanors to complex capital felonies.

I am licensed to practice law in both Texas and Florida. From my office in McKinney, Texas  I provide services of Divorce and Family Law in Collin County, Denton, Rockwall, and Grayson counties.

In 2003 I became a Texan by marriage, moving from Florida to join my husband in McKinney. Together my husband and I have 9 children and 10 grandchildren between us. I am active in my church.

A  lawyer for over 20 years, I have practiced Divorce and Family Law exclusively for most of that time. In hundreds of jury trials and thousands of bench trials, I have provided highly competent and successful representation for my clients. I’ll do the same for you.

I feel a huge responsibility to each and every person I represent. You can count on me to be very well-prepared, highly competent, and straight-forward in my conversations with you. I make prompt communication with you a priority.

I would be happy to meet with you. Feel free to contact me for a consultation with no obligation. Click here for my Collin County Family Law Consultation line.

Kathy Jane Erickson

Read more…

Collin County Child Abuse Attorney | Allegations of Abuse During Divorce

Kathy Jane Erickson, P.C.

Accusing one’s soon to be ex-spouse of child abuse in Collin County has increased significantly in the last few years.  Whether the allegations are truthful or an ill-advised tactic to gain an advantage in a divorce suit, the impact on the accused partner can be devastating.  No charge is more serious to make, and none is more important to defend against.

If you are the parent claiming child abuse has occurred, a lawyer will certainly be needed to inform you on specifics of Texas  laws, and, to guide you through a trying and somewhat complex process involving expert therapists and court hearings.

Education as a family law attorney does not necessarily provide the background needed to competently handle a family law or divorce case involving child abuse.  If you are accused of child abuse in Collin County and have a pending family law or divorce case, you need an attorney who has a background in criminal child abuse and experience handling child abuse issues in family law and divorce cases. Read more…