Dads Can Do It Too- Being Primary: Guest Blog from a Former Client

I am a dad of 3 daughters. No big deal, right? There are lots of dads with daughters. I am single. Still no big deal. With the divorce rate so high, there are plenty of divorced dads with daughters. Between … Continue reading

Why Collaborative Law Makes Sense: “A Better Way to Untie the Knot”

The words graceful, healthy and divorce do not go together. The first words clients use to describe the process of divorce are typically words of war: FIGHT, CUSTODY BATTLE, and WINNING. I would like to present a concept to you … Continue reading

Be Careful What you Ask For: Why You May Reconsider Giving Your Ex More Time with Your Kids

I am paid to “fight for custody” of children, to represent parents who want the majority of access with their children- sometimes at a great cost. I watch clients walk through divorce and then live out the consequences of their … Continue reading

Defining a Complex Divorce: There is No “TRY”— only “DO”

There is no TRY in divorce.  That doesn’t stop clients from trying to fix their own problems before even asking for help.  When a client walks into my office for a first consult with a printed spreadsheet detailing the division … Continue reading

Top 10 Parenting Tips and Quips from Family Court Judges and Attorneys

One of my favorite Collin County judges enjoys admonishing clients at most hearings involving children of the following: “The most important parenting decision that you make is the person you choose to have sex with.”  After that, the rest is … Continue reading

Meet our team

Thank you to our friends at Allen Image for profiling our firm in their upcoming issue. We are proud to introduce the community to the full team here at the Law Office of Natalie Gregg (from left to right): Amy Woodruff, Legal … Continue reading

What is Discovery and Why do I need it in Divorce or Custody Cases?

Many of my clients’ eyes glaze over when I say we may need DISCOVERY in a divorce or a custody matter.  Maybe they hear dollar signs, or perhaps they just think that this word is an overly complicated legal term … Continue reading

Father’s Rights in Divorce: Myths and Facts

In my family law practice, the vast majority of the fathers whom I have represented want to remain actively involved as parents after their divorce has been settled. Very few want to sever ties with their children, even when they … Continue reading

Texas Lawyer includes The Law Office of Natalie Gregg in 2013 Guide

Thank you to Texas Lawyer for including The Law Office of Natalie Gregg in the second edition of their 2013 Boutique and Practice-Specific Law Firm Guide. According to the magazine: We used the following guidelines when producing this guide: A … Continue reading

Allen Image profiles The Law Office of Natalie Gregg

Thank  you to the Allen Image for running a business profile of our firm in their September 2012 issue: … Continue reading