Advocating for You in the Courtroom
If you and your spouse cannot settle your differences, we are prepared to advocate for you in the courtroom. I am an experienced trial lawyer who fully understands how to prepare a client's case for presentation to a judge or jury. I will take into consideration all parties involved in this process and work hard to achieve a positive result and make the negative impact as minimal as possible.
Division of Property in Divorce
Texas is a no-fault, equitable division divorce state, which means that it is important to us that our divorce clients protect themselves by thinking about their assets and liabilities. In the divorce process, we sit down with our clients and determine exactly what their liabilities and assets are, and what they are entitled to. But still, if fault is an issue, we can do what is necessary to achieve the results you deserve.
Texas has laws and rules in effect, which make divorce equitable. So, property division, debt division, alimony, child custody and visitation, and child support are all controlled by these rules. Because of the predictability of these matters, a good divorce attorney is usually able to provide realistic predictions of what someone filing divorce can expect — even if litigation is involved.