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Dallas Divorce Attorneys
We Can Make Your Divorce Easier!
Divorce is the legal dissolution of a marriage by definition, but in reality it can be an incredibly difficult and stressful experience for all involved. Children can suffer and a huge number of decisions need to be made regarding separation of and the dividing of money, assets and more.
Warren & Migliaccio strives to help our clients be relaxed and well informed about their situation as well as optimistic about their future.
As divorce lawyers, we are fully aware of the toll that this can take on a person and that is why the help and support that we provide during your divorce period is unbeatable. There is light at the end of the divorce tunnel thanks to the expertise and experience of our divorce attorney team, and your life can be back on track in no time if you allow us to take on board some of your burdens.
Where can I file for my Divorce?
To file for divorce in Texas, you must have lived in Texas for the past 6 months. The appropriate county to file in is the county you have lived in for the last 90 days.
What are the Grounds for Divorce?
- No-Fault Divorce also known as Insupportable. This is the most common.
- Conviction of Felony and imprisonment for 1 year
- Cruel Treatment
- Abandonment for more than 1 year
- Living apart for more than 3 years
- Confinement in mental hospital for at least 3 years
How long will the divorce take?
A divorce can become final only 61 days after the date the divorce petition was filed. This is achieved surprisingly often, when the two spouses reach an agreement on all their divorce issues. This is known as an uncontested divorce.
Contested issues can take much longer. This is because they often require a trial date and the timing and length of the trial is dependent on the court’s docket. This is known as a contested divorce.
Contested and Uncontested Divorce?
Each divorce lands into one of these categories.
Texas Uncontested Divorce
In most cases, an uncontested divorce, also known as an agreed divorce or no fault divorce, is the preferred way to go. An uncontested divorce exists when both spouses agree on property division and child custody/visitation/support issues if applicable.
Warren & Migliaccio encourages uncontested divorces when it is in your best interest. See our section on Uncontested Divorce: The Process for more information on how the process works and how we can help you save time and money while still protecting all your legal interests.
Texas Contested Divorce
A divorce is considered contested if you and your spouse are unable to come to an agreement concerning several issues in your divorce case including, but not limited to child support and custody, spousal support, and division of property and debts.
The attorneys at Warren & Migliaccio have the experience and passion to fight for you and relentlessly assert your rights in court. See our section Contested Divorce: The Process for more information on how we can preserve your property and parental rights in a contested divorce.
Where to go from here?
The next step is to schedule a consultation with us so we can examine your situation and determine what your rights are and specifically how you should proceed to protect them. Divorce can be a stressful time in your life. Our goals are simple, we will help you by:
- guiding you through the divorce process,
- achieving the most positive resolution, and
- helping you move on in life and begin a new chapter..
Contact our firm for caring and experienced legal representation when facing a divorce. We offer flexible hours, a free initial consultation and accept Mastercard and Visa. Call us today and let us start working on your new beginning.