How We Can Help You

When it comes to settling a criminal defense or family law dispute, you need a strong ally in your corner—one who will passionately advocate for your rights both in and out of the courtroom. Kimbrough Legal has the legal know-how and litigation experience to bring your case to justice. Managing Attorney Tycha Kimbrough has received a number of awards in the legal industry for her commitment to providing clients with the practical and compassionate legal counsel she’s come to be known for.

Kimbrough Legal handles criminal and family law disputes of all kinds, ranging from divorce and custody orders to assault, theft, and civil rights issues. Attorney Kimbrough is a bold and approachable attorney who has quality experience. She is dedicated to creating prudent client-centered solutions that will protect the legal rights of those she serves.

Criminal Law

Attorney Kimbrough understands how much damage a criminal conviction can inflict on one’s life, both in the short- and long-term. Whether you’re a young adult just starting your college career or an established professional, she understands how much one stands to lose in light of a criminal charge.

Fortunately, Kimbrough Legal handles criminal defense cases of all kinds, including without limitation:

Criminal Defense – We handle general criminal defense issues. If you need help making sense of the complex legal process for your arrest, criminal charges, or criminal investigation, Kimbrough Legal can help you every step of the way.

DWI – Getting hit with a DWI charge can complicate your life for years to come, whether it’s in the form of a suspended license or a hefty, financially debilitating fine. We’ll review your case to see if the arresting officer followed protocol at the scene or if the breath, blood, or urine test was correctly administered so that you can receive the fairest sentence possible.

Expunctions – As humans, we all make mistakes. But what happens when consequences from past mistakes still affect your life years later? Fortunately, Kimbrough Legal offers expunction services, or services that will remove past arrests, charges, or convictions from your record.

Drug Charges – Drug charges have long-reaching consequences, especially when it comes to seeking employment. For young people, this can be like a professional death sentence. However, Kimbrough Legal helps their clients navigate these charges and enter into drug court rehabilitation programs when applicable.

Assault – Making sense of the aftermath of an assault can be downright confounding. Let us help you handle these complicated legal affairs. We know Texas assault laws inside and out, and strive to use our knowledge to help all of our clients get the justice they deserve.

Theft – In Texas, you commit theft when you take something that doesn’t belong to you without consent of the owner or a justification for doing so. According to the type of property that was stolen, charges can range from misdemeanors to felonies. If the defendant is a minor, their parents may be liable under the Texas Theft Liability Act.

Family Law

Kimbrough Legal also handles a number of family law matters, most notably divorces and court orders related to visitation rights, child custody, and child support.

Divorce – Texas is a “no-fault” divorce state, meaning that either spouse can file for divorce without there being a significant reason to do so. However, judges may consider the reasons for the divorce—or which spouse was at fault, if applicable—when handling asset and property division.

Child Custody – In a divorce proceeding, Texas law designates both parents as “joint managing conservators,” meaning they are equally responsible for making decisions related to the child’s education, healthcare, extracurricular activities, and general welfare. This does not mean, however, that time spent with the child will be equally spent with the child, especially in the case of one parent’s absence or violent behavior.

Child Support – The parent who is required to pay child support is known as the “obligor” in the state of Texas, whereas the receiving parent is known as the “obligee.” In most cases, the obligee is the parent with whom the child lives or spends most of their time. Child support orders are valid until the child turns 18 years old or graduates from high schools (whichever comes first), is emancipated by marriage, has their disabilities removed, or dies.

Modifications/Enforcement – Kimbrough Legal helps parents or legal guardians modify and enforce visitation, child support, and child custody orders by filing modification cases. Usually, one of the parent’s financial, living, or career circumstances have to change significantly for a modification to be granted. We also assist our clients in getting their current court orders enforced in the case of missed child support payments or violations of visitation rights or custody orders.