Paige Blackmon, Attorney & Mediator

Appointments and other matters

Always call ahead to set up an appointment or a mediation and we will get you in at the soonest available time.  If you want to book a mediation either at our offices or elsewhere, again, give us as much advance notice as possible.

Office hours are from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and generally are split between De Kalb and Texarkana.  From time to time Paige may be away from the office at Court, attending a seminar, or  on a short vacation.  Paige also can receive email and phone messages through her Blackberry device and often can answer simple questions that way.  However, bear in mind that oftentimes attorneys are required to turn off cell phones and other hand held devices like the Blackberry during Court or other proceedings.  Weekend and after hour meetings are not out of the question, but are reserved for emergency type situations. 

Please remember that if you have been served with a document, it is most unwise to wait until the day before you are to appear in Court to try to hire an attorney.  If you are sued, or think that you are about to be, it is best to be proactive.

If you are contemplating divorce, you should find out what your rights are early and what the advantages are to being the first to file.  If your family law matter involves children, be sure to get legal advice and representation early before someone moves away with your child.  It can be very expensive to go through the legal channels to get the child back once he or she has been transported elsewhere.

If you are considering collaborative law, you should find out how it works in comparison to traditional litigation in resolving family law issues.

Mediation Fees:

             Full day                         $800.00 per party

             Half day                        $400.00 per party

             Two hours                     $200.00 per party

If you would like to have a curriculum vitae, please call or email and request.

***Not Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization

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