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Divorce Lawyer in The Woodlands, TX

We understand that sometimes marriage is not all it’s cracked up to be. In a perfect world the spouse you fell in love with would never change and life would always be sunshine and rainbows. If you are facing divorce proceedings in The Woodlands, Texas, then call us at (832) 410-8935.

Unfortunately…Divorce Happens! Now is the time to hire an experienced family law attorney who helps clients in The Woodlands, TX.

Woodlands, TX Divorce Attorney

When it comes to protecting your assets, your child visitation rights, and your sanity…experience matters. You should never face divorce alone. Our main goal is to aggressively pursue a favorable legal outcome in your divorce proceeding.

Montgomery County Divorce

We understand the turmoil and hardships that clients face when fighting a divorce in Montgomery County, and Harris County, Texas. Call our office now to speak to an attorney 832-410-8935.

Cost of Divorce

Getting a divorce in Texas is relatively easy and inexpensive if there will be no opposition in court. This can happen in two ways:
1. Your spouse is long gone, or doesn’t care or can’t be bothered. Or . . .
2. The two of you are can work things out with a written agreement that settles all issues of support, dividing property and debts, and parenting if you have kids.

I’ll tell you what to do if you’re having difficulty working out an agreement, or think you might have difficulty.

But first, let’s talk about the easier cases. If there’s no legal opposition, all that’s left to get your divorce is some paperwork and red tape to get your Decree and this shouldn’t take a lot of time or cost a lot of money. You can do the paperwork yourself, or get someone to do it for you.

Tx Family Law Articles

Texas Prenuptial Agreements

Marriages often join two individuals who promise their lives to each other– for better of for worse. Oftentimes, for worse comes sooner than the couple expected. Fortunately for these couples, Texas laws outline the concept called premarital agreements that could protect the assets of each spouse. What does the Texas Code say about this? See more

Presumption of Paternity in Texas

With modern-day technology, paternity is much simpler to establish. Texas statutes have also outlined the requirement for establishing and rebutting paternity. See more

Reporting Family Violence

Family violence is a real and present danger to many Texas Citizens. Thus, it is important to know what exactly constitutes family violence under Texas law, what individuals must report family violence, and to what authorities must the violence be reported to. To tackle all of this, let’s dive into the statute. See more

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