Deciding to end one's marriage is often a difficult decision made by Texas residents. But, once the decision is made, many find themselves in a rush to finally finish their legal bond with one another and move on with their lives. This is why many Texas men and women end up agreeing to terms in the divorce agreement that are most likely detrimental to them in the long run. However, by shortchanging oneself in either the divorce agreement or spousal agreement, one can end up facing a number of challenging years ahead.
There are a number of reasons a spouse might require spousal support during the first few years after the divorce or why a parent might prefer having joint physical custody, and it's likely that the only time to voice those concerns is during the divorce process. There are also a number of other issues that need to be addressed prior to finalizing a divorce and attorneys may be able to provide help in how to proceed.
Navigating family law matters and negotiating with one's spouse may not sound like the way someone wants to go into the new year, which is why we take over the reins for our clients. We understand that divorce is an emotional process, which is why we focus on the technical aspects for our clients and help them make positive decisions.
The decisions made during the divorce process have the potential to reverberate through the years, so having a knowledgeable attorney by one's side can be highly beneficial.