Pearland Divorce Attorney
Resolving Divorce Issues
The issues that need to be resolved in a
divorce will vary depending on the length of the marriage, if there are minor
children, if one or both spouses own a business and many other factors.
Representation by a knowledgeable Pearland divorce lawyer can help protect
your rights and interests, and ensure a fair settlement. When choosing
a divorce attorney, experience is extremely important.
We are committed to providing outstanding customer service, and we are
always available when you need help. For further help with your divorce
in Pearland, check out our firm's Pealand divorce website
Mediating agreements outside of court can save you time and money. Litigation
is expensive and can significantly increase the duration of a divorce
case. Whenever possible, we will help you resolve disagreements regarding
property, alimony and any issues pertaining to children outside of court.
If an agreement can't be reached, we can be relied on to provide effective
advocacy at your hearing.
Circumstances can change following a divorce settlement that require a
modification of child support,
modification of spousal support,
modification of child custody or other court orders. This includes situations in which a spouse intends
to relocate. We provide post-divorce legal advice and assistance, whether
you're seeking or disputing a settlement modification. We also represent
clients in cases involving
enforcement of court orders and
enforcement of settlement agreements.
We have been a legal professional for over 10 years, and was named a top
family lawyer by H magazine and Texas Legal Rising Star by Texas Monthly.
Attorney Slate is also 20-year Army officer who has helped many military
personal with family law issues. We are a respected family law practice
that will provide caring legal advice and compassionate representation
throughout your divorce case.
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Contact a Pearland divorce lawyer
for committed representation if you intend to divorce.