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Going Your Separate Ways and Need Advice? Personal, Professional & Compassionate Family Law

Papa Dieye encourages his clients to keep lines of communication opened and work on their relationships before seeking divorce proceedings. However, if you decide to file for divorce, it is important to get advice from a law firm that truly understands.

Presented by The Dieye Law Firm July 8, 2020

The Covid-19 crisis is still ongoing, but relationship counsellors are warning of an increase in divorce filings once restrictions are lifted and life resumes to the “new normal.” This major global event has had a big impact on couples and families. With strained finances, child-care duties and parents thrust into the world of home-schooling, these have been testing times for many families.

The breakdown of a marriage can be a stressful and traumatic experience, especially where children are involved.

Papa Dieye started his family law practice in 2007 with the goal of helping families navigate difficult and stressful situations. Papa has always encouraged his clients to keep the lines of communication opened with their significant others and perhaps seek professional help to work on their relationships before seeking divorce proceedings. 

“My advice is to wait a few months until life resumes some sense of normality before filing for divorce,” he says. “Work on your communication, be kind, respect each other’s space, make a plan for your finances and make time for your relationship. However, if you decide to file for divorce, it is important to get advice from a law firm that truly understands.”

Dieye Law emphasizes personal connection with their clients, offering the kind of individualized services you may not find in a large law office, says Papa. “Our size also enables us to represent clients efficiently, without layers of billing and mystery associates. Our team is here to make sure you get the right support, guidance and legal advice.”

Family law affects your family and your finances. The process is fraught with challenges and can be emotionally draining. So you owe it to yourself to sit down with an attorney who will thoroughly explain the process, answer all of your questions, and fight (really fight) for you. Wondering if your attorney has your best interest at heart should be the least of your worries during the divorce process. 

About Papa Dieye
Born in West Africa, Papa came to the United States in 1990. The son of a jurist, Papa graduated magna cum laude from the City College of New York, where he received recognition for excellence in both International Studies and in Research. From there, he attended Tulane Law School, where he successfully served on the Moot Court Board. He was a finalist in the Junior Appellate Competition and won the Senior Appellate Competition.

“My passion is going to bat for my clients. I enjoy presenting their cases to the judge and juries,” Papa explains. “I enjoy a good challenge, and to know that I can make a difference in someone’s life is both fulfilling and rewarding.”

Papa believes that lawyers have a duty and a responsibility to help those less fortunate. He handles several matters pro bono through the local Bar Association. Papa and his family also volunteer and support the Houston Food Bank.

Give Papa a call today!

The Dieye Law Firm

11200 Broadway St
Pearland, TX 77584