Texas Divorce rates are at nearly 50%. (CDC.gov) Some of the highest divorce rates in the country. If you are going through the Texas divorce process, your percentage of involvement is 100%.
Divorce is an overwhelming experience for parents, children and the family. Divorce can be one of the most traumatic experiences of a person’s life. At such a time, selecting a family law attorney or as most people say, divorce lawyer, who will allow you to emerge financially and emotionally intact is essential. Each state is different, Texas Divorces certainly have unique complexities and benefits.
KoonsFuller divorce attorneys have tremendous experience negotiating and finalizing complex divorce agreements. Many times in Texas, property is a vital part of the families well-being. It’s important to have experienced attorneys that understand that aspect of a Texas divorce. KoonsFuller has attorneys in five locations; Dallas, Plano, Houston, Southlake and Denton, and can handle all aspects of a Texas divorce, including:
• Complex property issues (including farm and ranch)
• Child custody, support, visitation and parenting plans
• Dividing retirement and employee benefits
• Enforcement of orders
• Spousal maintenance (a.k.a. spousal support or alimony)
• Collaborative law
KoonsFuller, P.C. relies on decades of aggressive litigation experience to obtain the best possible outcome. The firm emphasizes alternative dispute resolution techniques, such as collaborative law and mediation, which often result in more amicable post-divorce relationships. For many of our clients, privacy is their main concern, taking the collaborative law approach may fit best if privacy is an issue. Every divorce is different so it’s important to listen to each client and their individual needs. With years of experience behind us, KoonsFuller can help you navigate the process and determine which approach would be best for your desired outcome. KoonsFuller also has some of the most experienced and successful family law appellate attorneys in Texas.
Do It Yourself Divorce – Charla H. Bradshaw 23/05/2013