Your Divorce: Contested Or Uncontested? Negotiated, Mediated Or Litigated?
Although divorce is a common experience, it is also a very personal, private family matter at the core. Every marriage and every marital break-up is unique. At The Law Office of Yolanda Castro-Dominguez, PLLC, in Irving, you can count on individualized legal counsel as you prepare for:
- An uncontested divorce for which you and your spouse agree on property division, alimony, child custody and child support.
- A contested divorce for which you and your spouse must find a way to resolve different viewpoints about division of assets and debts, about parenting plans and about spousal support.
- A legal separation, perhaps leading to a divorce later on.
Divorce planning, when you have the opportunity, is a sensible, thoughtful approach. If you have time, you can inventory assets, document your parenting routines and prepare a compelling case for receiving or limiting payments for spousal support.
Sometimes you do not have the luxury of planning ahead. Perhaps your spouse surprised you with an announcement of a separation or petition for divorce. Domestic violence or accusations of domestic violence may factor into the equation. At The Law Office of Yolanda Castro-Dominguez, PLLC, in Irving, TX, we pledge to listen carefully to your perspectives and offer solutions appropriate to your family law case.
Talk To A Texas Family Law Attorney
Establishing a good rapport with your divorce lawyer is highly recommended. This attorney will be closely involved with your personal legal matters until the divorce is complete. Call 972-600-8045 or send an email message to schedule a consultation.