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Are you seeking the assistance of an attorney in Houston? Whether you have started the divorce process or you are just filling out the preliminary papers, you may benefit from contacting the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC. The team is devoted to helping individuals get through divorce in a manner that is as smooth and pain-free as possible. In fact, the firm commits 99% of their practice to family law. This allows the team to stay centered on what they know best, come up with the most effective solutions, and maintain an extensive understanding of all matters pertaining to the Texas family law system.
While the firm has extensive experience in law, they also know that no divorce case is the same. What worked for one client may not work in your case. For example, some clients are able to achieve an amicable and fast divorce through the method of mediation. Other couples have to go through the courts because they are involved in a contested divorce. Regardless of if your divorce calls for mediation, negotiation, or litigation, you can be confident that the team has the skills, knowledge, and tools necessary to assist you from the beginning of your case until the resolution.
- Aggressive and compassionate advocacy
- Experienced representation
- Effective solutions in and out of court
- Individualized and customized counsel
- One-on-one attention with your attorney
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What Are Grounds for Divorce in Texas?
There are several grounds a spouse can use when filing for divorce in Texas – both no-fault and fault grounds.
A no-fault divorce in Texas is filed under “insupportability”, which means that the marriage can no longer be supported because of an unresolvable conflict of personality between the spouses.
The fault options for divorce include:
- Separation without cohabitation for three years or more
- Mental hospital confinement for three or more years with an unlikely recovery
- Cruel treatment
- Intentional desertion for one year or more
- Convicted of a felony
- Proven adultery
Contested vs. Uncontested Divorces
In a contested divorce, both spouses cannot agree and cannot come to conclusions about property division, spousal support, child support or child custody on their own. In such cases, the courts are required to get involved. The attorneys at the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC can help advocate for you in the courts in hopes of communicating your best interests in a favorable way. If your divorce requires going to court, the team is prepared to aggressively and compassionately represent you.
In an uncontested divorce, the spouses do all of the decision-making themselves. Sometimes, the spouses will ask a mediator to come work with them to help reach logical and sound legal decisions that will not be struck down in court. With the help of the firm's Houston attorneys, the clients have the ability to peacefully decide the terms of their divorce, and get an idea of how their lives will be once the process is complete. Even once the divorce is complete, the firm is prepared to assist clients who wish to modify an existing divorce decree. No matter what you need assistance with, you can be confident that you have a team backing you that geniunely cares about helping you achieve favorable results efficiently and effectively.
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Texas Divorce FAQs
Does Texas offer legal separation?
Texas family law courts do not have a process for legal separation. If a couple would like to legally separate without officially ending their marriage, they can create their own separation agreement. This would function as a contract and be enforced as such. The family law courts would not enforce the contract.
Is there a waiting period for divorce in Texas?
While the length of a divorce can vary widely depending on its complexity, there is a minimum waiting period of 60 days after the divorce petition is filed before any decree can be made.
Is there a residency requirement to file for divorce in Texas?
Yes, in order to meet the residency requirements, at least one of the spouses must be a Texas resident for 6 consecutive months before the couple can file for divorce in the state. Furthermore, the spouse must also be a resident in the county where the divorce is going to be filed for 90 days or more.
Call the Firm Today for Your Free Evaluation!
If you are looking for an attorney who will stop at nothing to advocate on your behalf in or out of court, call the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC. The team is committed to doing everything within their power to succeed in securing a satisfactory result for every client.