The Karenko Law Firm PLLC Accepted as AIOFLA's 10 Best Law Firm in Texas for Client Satisfaction

Our firm is thrilled to announce we have been nominated, and thus accepted, the AIOFLA’s 10 Best Law Firm in Texas for Client Satisfaction! This incredible honor was delegated by the American Institute of Family Law Attorneys, a third-party attorney rating organization renowned for its unbiased and thorough ranking of professionals in the legal field. Our team of Galveston County divorce attorneys is excited to be recognized on such a national platform, and we thank the AIOFLA for recognizing our repeated and consistent efforts of excellence through our years of practice.

Based purely on client satisfaction, the 10 Best Law Firm in Texas list seeks to provide potential clients with an accurate representation of a firm’s ability to protect and promote the pursuit of justice. After surviving a strict vetting process, including client and peer nominations and meticulous research, our firm was chosen for the Two Years AIOFLA Best list. Incredible service, coupled with an overwhelming sense of support, are part of our firm’s cornerstone of success, and we will relentlessly uphold our unparalleled standards of excellence on behalf of our clients, colleagues, and community for years to come.

Contact Our Experience & Skilled Galveston County Divorce Lawyers Today

If you and your spouse are headed for divorce, there is no time to waste in reaching out to our trusted Galveston County divorce attorneys of The Karenko Law Firm PLLC. Because we prioritize our clients’ satisfaction and success above all else, you can rest assured you are in the right hands when you enlist in our help. Allow us to advocate on your behalf today.

If you would like to speak to a member of our firm, please don’t hesitate to contact us by calling (409) 515-7063.

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