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The Foray Firm

Katy, Texas Divorce Lawyer

Katy TX Divorce Lawyer

Flat-Rate Divorce Lawyer in Fort Bend County and Harris County

Divorce is not only a complicated legal process but also a process of resolving numerous practical and emotional issues. Where will your children live, how much will you see them, will you have enough money…the questions can be overwhelming. A strong yet sensitive lawyer can make all the difference in getting the answers you want to these questions.

At The Foray Firm, we appreciate the magnitude of the decisions you have to make during the divorce process. You can rely on us to fight for what you want and need in your divorce settlement, whether that involves keeping certain assets of high value to you or ensuring that you have primary custody of your children or protecting your interests on any other legal issue.

Our firm has been helping clients obtain positive results in divorce proceedings for more than 10 years. Our top attorneys have been divorced themselves, so we uniquely understand how important it is to fight for what you and your children need to thrive after divorce.

Texas Divorce Law

The attorneys of The Foray Firm Houston will guide you through every step of the divorce process, including:

  • Division of assets and debts. Two of the most important legal issues here are the identification of all assets that qualify as community property and the determination of an equitable division of these assets.
  • Spousal support and maintenance. Texas law requires spousal maintenance only if a spouse will be unable to meet their "minimum reasonable needs" post-divorce and if additional conditions are met.
  • Child custody and visitation. Texas law starts with the assumption that children are best served by joint managing conservatorship, where the parents share the rights to spend time with and make decisions for a child. Another option is sole managing conservatorship for one parent with the other having possessory conservatorship, meaning visitation with limited decision-making rights.
  • Child support. Texas law allows parents to create their own agreement on the amount of child support to be paid and provisions for future modifications. Absent such an agreement, the law provides guidelines for the amount of child support but the court has significant authority to vary from the guidelines.
  • Post-divorce changes and enforcement, such as relocation with children or non-payment of child support. We will advise you on ways to structure your divorce settlement so as to minimize the potential for future legal battles over modification and enforcement of the final court orders.

Fort Bend County Divorce Lawyers

The attorneys of The Foray Firm are dedicated to providing reliable legal representation to families of all races, ethnicities, and genders. Contact us in our Houston, TX office at 832-919-6400. We serve clients throughout Houston, Harris County, Waller County, and Fort Bend County, including the communities of Fulshear, Katy, Richmond, and Sugar Land.

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