Divorce in Texas

Divorce does not mean the end, but a fresh start. However, getting a divorce may be a complicated process if you are not familiar with the divorce procedure. There are important things to consider for your divorce in Texas.

  • • Children, Conservatorship, and Support
  • • Property Division
  • • Spousal Maintenance
  • • Homestead
  • • 401(k) and Retirement Accounts
  • • Medical and Dental Insurance of your minor children
  • • Medical Insurance after divorce

Highly-Personalized, Solution-Oriented

We take each case seriously. We sit down with you, listen to you, review your case, provide you with highly personalized service and practical solutions, and we will do the work for you. When we take your case, we are making a commitment that we will zealously represent you.

Case Received

We gather pertinent information through our intake form and personalized client interview through phone interview, video conference, or in-person meeting.

Case Analysis

We review, investigate, and conduct intensive research in our case analysis. We treat all cases equally. All cases are of high importance to us.

Steps Forward

We diligently gather evidence to support and ensure that each case stands on strong grounds. We will present your case based on facts and law.

Case Result

We aim to deliver positive result for each case. Our goal is to provide satisfaction and maintain a good & long-lasting relationship with our clients.

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