About Carl Selesky

My name is Carl Selesky. As an attorney licensed to practice in Texas since 1994, I provide legal representation to a wide range of individuals, entrepreneurs, businesses and corporate clients. My firm provides representation and advice in a variety of legal matters before Texas State and Federal courts, government agencies and alternative dispute resolution forums, such as arbitration and mediation.

My goal is to provide legal guidance and representation to establish and maintain strong, lasting client relationships. Service to clients is the basis for my practice of law and communication is the focus.

Family Law is an area where emotions run deep. It's personal. There's no avoiding that it's personal. Whether it is divorce, child support, child custody, visitation, alimony, property distribution, adoption, family violence or other Family Law issues - there is little that could be more personal. And it's stressful. First, let me say I am sorry for the stresses you may be facing. What you need is personalized help and guidance. I will listen to YOU, the person needing help. And you can trust me. The Harris County Family District Courts did. I have been appointed and served as Attorney and Guardian Ad Litem for minor children in custody disputes in Harris County, Texas. Contact us for a free case evaluation.

In the News

  • Texas Lawyers Disagree on Using Divorce Forms

    April 18th, 2012

    In Texas, the question of whether divorcing couples should be able to use a form to get a divorce instead of seeing a lawyer to guide them through the process is still up in the... read more

  • Divorcing CEO of Money Managing Firm Claims Insolvency

    April 4th, 2012

    The CEO of Highland Capital Management LP told a divorce judge in Dallas March 28 that losses in the financial crisis of 2008 brought his firm "to a state of insolvency."

    "The last three, four years... read more

  • What You Should Know About Prenuptial Agreements

    March 30th, 2012

    Prenuptial agreements may carry a negative connotation. To some, getting a prenuptial agreement means entering into marriage while already considering divorce. However, with today's high divorce rate, others say they're just facing realty and preparing... read more