The attorneys at Neal Ashmore developed the Financial Guide to Divorce. Our team of four lawyers provides clients with efficient and effective representation using extensive family law experience. Each of our attorneys are AV-rated based on Martindale-Hubbell’s peer review system that reflects our lawyers’ ability and professionalism. We also have a certified divorce financial analyst available to help clients understand how they will be affected by the divorce and how they can properly plan for a more secure financial future.
Bill Neal handles the most complex family law cases but his approach is very simple: protect the client at every turn. He is Board-Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, a member of the Texas Academy of Family Law Specialists with over three decades of experience.
Jim Ashmore has a reputation that precedes him as one of the most formidable family law attorneys around. With over 100 cases under his belt, clients know they can count on Jim to help them through their most difficult situations. Jim handles divorce, child custody, and contested probate cases. He has also been appointed by the courts in Denton and Dallas counties to represent children involved in divorce cases.
Scott Rewak has devoted his career to guiding people through their unique family law matters. He is highly experienced in cases involving divorce, child custody, modifications, paternity suits and premarital agreements, both in court trials and alternative dispute resolution arenas. Scott is licensed to practice law in Texas, New York and has been admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court.
Jake Collier has extensive training in mediation and arbitration to resolve any issues that may come up during divorce and custody cases. He previously served as the Judge of the 158th Judicial District County for 8 years. During that time, he presided over more than 100 jury trials, 1000 non-jury trials, and thousands of adversary hearings. Jake is a Qualified Mediator by the State Bar of Texas and has been for over two decades. He also served as a Municipal Judge in Lewisville from 1973-1979.