It can be difficult to find a divorce lawyer near you, who is truly knowledgeable about Texas law, has the right experience to support your divorce case, and will be vigilant about staying on top of every twist and turn in the divorce proceeding. I’m pleased to be that divorce attorney to represent your interests in Fort Bend County, Brazoria County, and Harris County.
Why Work With a Divorce Lawyer Near You?
It’s important to work with a local divorce attorney who understands the family court system in your county. Every court is different. Every judge is different. I will work in your best interest to help you navigate the intricate details of a divorce proceeding in your area.
However, you don’t want to just hire the closest divorce lawyer without doing some homework first. You want to make sure that a nearby lawyer has the availability to take your case so that you are not constantly placed on the back burner for other cases. This can often happen if you pursue an attorney who supports divorce cases and other types of legal matters that go beyond family law.
I’m pleased to check all the boxes to provide you with the necessary legal support during a divorce case. As an attorney who practices family law exclusively and with offices in Sugar Land and Angleton, I am eager to support your divorce case at the local level. Here are just some of the ways I can help you throughout the entire process.
Filing for Divorce
Filing for divorce can be a complicated and stressful process. Not only are you going through the end of your marriage, but you also have to worry about filling out legal documents that can feel impossible to understand. There are fees to consider, methods of serving the other party to consider, and other upfront details to sort through.
I’ll help you get started on the right path so that we can expedite the timeline for the divorce to be completed.
Protecting Your Interests
You may be concerned about your financial situation, how alimony (or spousal support) is determined in Texas, how to support yourself after the divorce, whether you will keep your assets, and how children will be affected by the divorce. It’s a lot to consider as you seek to protect your interests.
For example, divorces involving high-dollar marital estates are often tricky, especially if the two parties did not enter into the marriage with a prenuptial agreement. If there is a lot of shared property to be divided or you have a complex financial situation, you must have an experienced attorney on your side.
I encourage you to work with me to obtain the best possible result and find the support that you need in this transitionary time in your life.
Solving Child Support and Custody Issues
If your divorce involves children, then you want to work hard to protect their interests and future. Concerns about living arrangements, provisions for child care and insurance, custody or child support, and other child-related issues can get complicated fast during a divorce.
In so many divorce cases, the two parties deal with a lot of emotions and fears of losing out or being taken advantage of. Adding children into the mix can make things seem overwhelming, as parents often disagree about custody and child support matters.
With ten years of experience practicing family law in Texas, I know how to handle these complex situations. In fact, I specialize in it, and I’m vigilant about fighting for your parental rights. Together, we can ensure you and your children arrive at the best possible outcome in a divorce.
Finalizing the Divorce and Preparing for Your New Life
As the divorce process nears its conclusion, you might have a feeling of relief that it will finally be over. However, you might also experience a simultaneous feeling of concern for the next stage in your life and how this divorce will affect that.
You may be concerned about your living situation and the transition back to being single, especially if you were married with children for a significant period of time. Plus, you’re likely asking questions about how your kids will be affected. How will the divorce affect your child’s upbringing after experiencing significant disruption to the family dynamic?
From a legal perspective, there are additional post-divorce factors to consider. There may be legal issues that arise months or years down the road, such as enforcing the original court order or modifying the order.
For example, if one of you loses your job or moves away from Texas, things like child support and custody court orders may need to be altered to better suit the new situation. This is why you want to work with a local, involved attorney who will be readily available to provide support for future legal challenges that follow the initial divorce proceeding.
Contact Me For Legal Divorce Support in Texas
I can help you every step of the way with a divorce in Texas to protect your rights. Whether you are already deep into a divorce and need fresh representation or if you’re starting at the beginning of the process, I will work hard to provide you with the ideal legal support to protect your rights and help you prepare for life after divorce.
As a dedicated family law attorney, I specialize in divorce litigation, custody and child support disputes, parental rights issues, and modification or enforcement of court orders. I know how difficult divorces can be for parents and children, which is why my goal is to help you emerge on the other side in the best possible situation.
Find beginning-to-end support from a local divorce lawyer who will be vigilant about fighting for your rights in Fort Bend County, Brazoria County, and Harris County! Contact me today at 281-944-5485 or 979-267-7660 for a consultation about your divorce proceeding. I’m ready to support your case.