Texas Super Lawyer Sonya Coffman stands ready to handle your divorce, custody matter, property division, and other family-related trial or appellate issues. She is Board Certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, and a U.S. News & World Report Best Lawyer in America for family law. Sonya Coffman is rated Superb by Avvo, and AV Peer Review-rated by the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory, the highest rating possible by judges and fellow lawyers for professional excellence, legal knowledge, analytical capabilities, judgment, legal experience, and legal ethics.

As an experienced trial lawyer, Sonya Coffman will work hard to resolve your legal issues as quickly and efficiently as possible, but is ready, willing, and able to try your case at the courthouse if need be. As a Certified Public Accountant and former investment advisor, Sonya Coffman has the expertise and experience to address complex financial issues, protect your business interests, and find hidden assets. She is regularly called upon by judges and lawyers to mediate complex divorce, custody, and property division cases.

Testimonials

“With sincere gratitude, we want to tell you thank you. You were my first choice when I was seeking legal assistance and I am so very appreciative that you were able to take on my case. Working with you and your team has been such a pleasurable experience and for that I am very thankful. From the beginning you helped ease concerns and worries and you truly made this experience pleasant and bearable. Thank you not only for your legal knowledge, but for your kindness. That in itself has been so comforting during this experience.”



R. L., Sealy, Texas

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