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The Foray Firm

The Woodlands Divorce Lawyers

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Texas Attorneys Assisting Divorcing Couples

If you are considering divorce in The Woodlands, Texas, it is important to understand your rights and the steps you will need to follow during the process of ending your marriage. Having an experienced family law attorney on your side can make all the difference in your divorce. With the right lawyer advocating on your behalf, you can achieve an outcome that will meet your needs.

At The Foray Firm, our attorneys will help protect your interests during negotiations regarding issues related to your finances, your home, your children, and any other concerns that may arise during your divorce proceedings. With our knowledge of Texas family law and our experience advocating for our clients and helping them negotiate divorce settlements, we can provide valuable advice throughout the entire process while ensuring that you can achieve the outcome you are looking for.

Addressing Legal Concerns in Divorce Cases in The Woodlands

When divorce proceedings are initiated in Texas, there are numerous legal issues that must be addressed. These will also be coupled with practical issues related to making changes to living arrangements, separating a couple's finances, and determining how the divorce will affect any children involved. Each spouse may need to make adjustments to their spending to ensure that they will be able to meet their ongoing needs. Other significant changes will also be necessary, such as adjustments to daily routines, transportation arrangements for children or other family members, and ownership of certain types of property.

Considering all of the issues involved in a divorce can be overwhelming. Fortunately, our attorneys can provide invaluable guidance to ensure that the legal aspects of a case will be handled correctly. We can assist with matters related to:

  • Division of assets and debts - Identifying all of the property a couple owns can sometimes be a complex undertaking. Different types of assets may need to be appraised to determine their monetary value, and a couple will need to make decisions about how the property they own and the debts they owe will be divided. We can help address multiple types of property during the divorce process, including the family home, furniture and other household belongings, vehicles, financial accounts, retirement benefits, jewelry, artwork, and family businesses. We will then work to negotiate a fair property settlement that will meet our client's needs.
  • Spousal support - When one spouse has been financially dependent on the other during their marriage, the court may order spousal support or alimony payments. We can work with clients to determine whether they qualify for spousal support, and if so, we will ensure that the amount that will be paid and the length of time that payments will be made will be established in accordance with Texas law.
  • Child custody - If children are involved in divorce proceedings, we will work with parents to determine how both legal and physical custody of children will be handled. Legal custody, which is also known as conservatorship, will usually be shared by parents, and it will address important child-related decisions, including matters such as education and medical care. Physical custody, which is known as possession and access in Texas, determines where children will live and when they will stay with each parent or spend time with them. We work with parents to create child custody arrangements that protect their children's best interests.
  • Child support - If a divorce decree will involve child support payments, there are formulas used in Texas that will be applied to determine how much should be paid by one parent to the other. This form of support ensures that children will have the financial resources to meet their ongoing needs. We can help ensure that the amount of the payments will be calculated correctly, and if necessary, we can determine whether adjustments may be made to account for issues such as health insurance coverage for children or the costs of daycare or childcare.

Contact Our The Woodlands Divorce Lawyers

It is important to have an experienced family law attorney on your side who can help you understand all the complexities of divorce laws in Texas and ensure that your rights are protected throughout the process. At The Foray Firm, we can provide you with valuable advice on you to resolve disputes or other issues, and we will work closely with you to make sure you can make informed decisions about your future. To set up a consultation with a member of our team, call 832-919-6400 or contact us online.

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