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Austin, Texas Divorce Attorneys

Odessa Divorce Attorneys

Lawyers in Travis County for Property Division, Child Support, and Child Custody

When you have reached the point in your marriage where divorce has become likely, it is important to begin preparing for the legal proceedings that almost certainly lie ahead of you. As you approach the process, you may be overwhelmed and uncertain about what the future holds, but it is important to realize that you do not need to face the challenges alone.

At Morales Law Office, Attorneys at Law, PLLC., in Austin, Texas, we know that a divorce can quickly deteriorate into a bitter and contentious battle between you and your spouse, but it does not necessarily need to be this way. Our skilled family law attorneys understand the importance of keeping the process cooperative and civil as we work toward a resolution that meets the needs of all involved parties. However, we realize that an amicable settlement agreement is not always possible, and we are prepared to protect your best interests at trial if necessary.

Divorce Lawyers in Williamson County and Ector County

The attorneys at our law firm have more than 50 years of combined legal experience. Having worked with many clients facing challenging divorce proceedings, we believe that the best divorce settlements are developed by the spouses themselves with the guidance of qualified lawyers. We realize that there may be a number of difficult elements in your divorce, and we are equipped to assist you in finding solutions that respect your rights and those of your spouse and children.

Our lawyers will work with you in resolving issues related to:

  • Spousal and child support: We understand that a divorce can have a dramatic impact on the financial situation of each spouse, which, in turn, can affect your children. Whether you require alimony or child support or you have been asked to pay such support, our team can provide the guidance you need.
  • Child custody and conservatorship: Our attorneys realize the importance of keeping your child's best interests as the top priority in your divorce proceedings. With this in mind, we can help you devise a custody (conservatorship) plan that keeps both parents fully involved in the child's life.
  • Child visitation, possession, and access: At our firm, we believe in helping parents maintain their rights to quality time with their children before, during, and after divorce proceedings. We handle all issues related to parental visitation so that the parent-child bond can be protected.
  • Asset and debt division: As a community property state, Texas requires virtually all property and obligations acquired during your marriage to be divided equally between you and your spouse. Our attorneys can assist you in determining who will get what following your divorce.

Divorce and Family Law Attorneys Serving Midland and Odessa

At Morales Law Office, Attorneys at Law, PLLC., we are proud of the reputation we have earned for helping clients face complicated legal challenges such as those presented in many divorce cases. When you work with our firm, you can depend on us to take the time to listen to your needs and to help develop a workable divorce settlement that will set the tone for a more positive future.

Unfortunately, it is not always possible for divorcing spouses to come together on an amicable agreement. There may be certain issues on which one spouse refuses to compromise or complications such as domestic violence allegations may prevent negotiations from even getting started. In these types of cases, litigation is likely to be the only remaining course of action. At our firm, we treat every case as if it will eventually go to trial, including divorce cases. By doing so, we will be fully prepared to advocate on your behalf at trial if the need arises. No matter how your case is ultimately resolved, we will remain at your side, communicating openly and honestly with you every step of the way.

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For more information about the divorce process in Texas, contact our office. Call 512-474-2222 or 432-570-1499 to schedule your free, confidential consultation today. Our family law attorneys serve clients in Austin, Georgetown, Odessa, Midland, Travis County, Williamson County, Midland County, Ector County, Hays County, and the surrounding areas. Hablamos Español.

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