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Can’t Come To A Divorce Agreement With Your Soon-To-Be Ex?

When reconciliation is no longer an option, and you feel as though you’ve reached a standstill, it’s time to get a divorce attorney to represent you in your case.

As soon as an Original Petition for Divorce is filed by either party, you have a few options. If you were the one served, you have 20 days to respond. The same goes for your spouse if you are the one who filed.

Next, you need to consider whether your divorce will be contested or uncontested. Some critical factors that often cause strife include:

Child Custody

Child Support

Equitable Division Of Assets And Liabilities

If you feel for any reason that your divorce cannot meet a settlement or mediation, you need an attorney at your side.

Divorce happens.

If it happens to you, the Daniels Law Firm will be there.

Hash out

The Details

It can be frustrating going back and forth with a spouse regarding a divorce agreement. In many cases, you have several factors that need to be considered before everyone can feel at peace.

If you’re a parent, you may love your children, but you just want out of the marriage. It’s understandable and can take a heavy toll on your day-to-day life when a reasonable agreement doesn’t seem to be in sight.

The bottom line? You want what’s best for you and your family. And there should be no reason to feel bullied, exploited, or backed into a corner to give up your rights and settle for less than you deserve.

You may want to give in simply to end your union. But it’s important to keep in mind that it is not your only option.

Daniels Law Firm understands its clients’ frustrations and uses aggression to achieve triumph in its most elegant form. If you’re considering or intending to file for divorce, this may be one of the most challenging times in your life. Your entire world may feel as though it’s falling apart.

But you don’t need to face it head-on without the right representation standing up for you and your best interests. While there is no perfect answer, Daniels Law Firm is an action-driven solution backed by experience and expertise in family law.

Have An Exceptional

Divorce Attorney In Your Corner

There are nearly 746,971 divorces every year, so it’s important to know that you are not alone.

It can be a lot to handle when you’re dealing with elements such as child custody, child support, alimony, and other life-changing factors.

Break Through The Roadblocks

Is Your Divorce Reaching
A Dead End?

It can be easy to leave yourself vulnerable to mistreatment by a spouse. Don’t make that mistake. You need a legal team who will respond to your requests, treat you with the respect you deserve, and handle your case with a firm grasp of family law.

Call today for expert legal advice on your specific situation.

Divorce FAQs

After a divorce has been filed and both parties agree, it can take 60 days to be considered final. However, if there are issues or both parties cannot reach an agreement, it could take much longer than 60 days. In Texas, there is a 60-day waiting period before the divorce can be officially filed.

The state of Texas will grant a divorce based on “marital fault”. At-fault conditions include the following:

  • Infidelity Or Adultery
  • Abandonment For A Year Or Longer
  • Abuse
  • Domestic Violence
  • Mental Incapacitation Or Cruelty
  • Felony Convictions

You may also choose to file a divorce where no one is at fault, called “no-fault”.

It depends. A 50/50 split of all assets is not required, and each party and their income, needs, children involved, and several other conditions are taken into account to determine a fair distribution of assets.

Usually, community property (assets obtained during marriage), including money and property, are divided equally. Keep in mind that debt accrued during the marriage is also typically divided equally.