Benefits of Collaborative Divorce
The Texas Divorce Guide
- Fees: I charge an hourly fee in collaborative divorce cases and offer a fixed fee arrangement when handling trusts and wills.
- Service: I understand your case is urgent and I will do everything I can to be responsive, explain your legal options, demystify the legal process, and make you feel comfortable during the legal process.
- Practice Areas: My practice is limited to collaborative divorce, drafting trusts and wills, and handling probate matters.
- Free Consultation: I offer a one-hour free consultation to prospective clients.
- Years Licensed: I have been licensed to practice law for 25 years.
- Cost Estimates: I will discuss the cost of your case with you.
- New Clients: I am currently accepting new clients.
- Attorney Misconduct: I have never been accused of attorney misconduct.
Estate Planning is Important
Finding the Right Attorney
Law Office of Harry L. Munsinger
Lawyer and Psychologist
Harry has practiced law in San Antonio for over twenty-five years. He is a lawyer and psychologist, so he understands both the legal and emotional issues in divorce. Harry is committed to a peaceful resolution of family disputes involving divorce, wills, and trusts. He is Credentialed in Collaborative Law by Collaborative Divorce Texas, and has handled many divorces using the collaborative process. None has terminated or gone to litigation. If you want more information about a collaborative divorce, contact Harry at 210-776-7707 or by email.
Litigation Damages Families
Harry has seen the damage a litigated divorce can inflict on a couple and their children. Harry only does collaborative divorces and avoids litigation because it alienates spouses and harms children.
The collaborative divorce process has many benefits for Bexar County couples, including lower cost, confidentiality, flexibility, transparency, client control of the process, informality, and the ability to tailor a settlement to the individual goals and interests of the parties. Harry helps his clients reach a win-win settlement by building trust, fostering communication, and focusing on their important goals and interests. Harry offers uniquely qualified help for couples going through this difficult time with expert legal guidance and psychological insights. Both parties are able to maintain friendly relations and effective co-parenting after their divorce.
Harry holds a Ph.D. in Psychology from the University of Oregon and a J.D. from Duke University School of Law, where he was a member of the Duke Law Journal. He was a Post-Doctoral Fellow at Yale University. Harry has written several books and more than forty peer reviewed articles. He has served as an adjunct professor of law at the University of Texas School of Law in Austin and St. Mary’s University School of Law in San Antonio. Harry is admitted to practice in Texas State Courts, the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas, the Fifth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court. Harry is also the editor of the Collaborative Divorce Texas Monthly Newsletter.