Kimbrough Legal, PLLC assists with fault and no-fault divorces in San Antonio.
Going through a divorce is emotionally traumatic. In fact, some people compare it to experiencing a death in the family. Just like a death, you can find yourself going through the grieving process and might alternate between anger and despair. The emotions make it hard to navigate the legal hurdles leading up to the dissolution of the marriage. Fortunately, you don’t have to go through this alone. Our San Antonio divorce lawyer can guide you along the way, helping you understand the legal consequences of each decision. Additionally, our firm can help you and the other party decide on the various issues related to the divorce and create an agreement to present to the judge.
If the other side isn’t interested in negotiating and refuses to grant the divorce, we can litigate it. No matter your needs, we will be with you every step of the way. Contact us today to set up your consultation with a divorce lawyer.
You have four main options when going through a divorce in Texas. Our San Antonio divorce lawyer can assist with:
Most people choose to file for a no-fault divorce in Texas. If you go this route, you do not have to place blame for the dissolution of the marriage. Instead, both parties just need to agree to end the legal relationship.
However, you also have the option to file for a fault divorce on the grounds of cruelty, adultery, felony conviction, or abandonment. If the other person caused the breakdown of your marriage for one of these reasons, filing for a fault divorce might make sense. The judge can consider the grounds for divorce when dividing the property, setting spousal support, and determining other matters.
First, consult with a San Antonio divorce lawyer to go over your options. Your lawyer can explain the process for filing for a fault and no-fault divorce, as well as the benefits and drawbacks of both.
Collaborative and mediated divorces are common options for San Antonio residents. A San Antonio divorce lawyer will represent you during negotiations if you choose a collaborative divorce. The other party will also have an attorney, and both parties can bring in experts to help with matters related to child custody, finances, and more. You’ll follow an agenda during each meeting and work to resolve each matter. Once you reach an agreement, you can submit it to the court to dissolve the marriage.
A neutral San Antonio divorce lawyer will oversee the proceedings with a mediated divorce. The mediator will guide you both toward a resolution to take to the judge.
The negotiations are private with both mediated and collaborative divorces, and you do not have to sign an agreement unless you wish to do so. Reach out today to discuss these options with an attorney from our firm.
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If you and the other party agree to the terms, you can file for an uncontested divorce. You might think that you don’t need an attorney for help with an uncontested divorce since the terms have been settled. However, it’s still wise to have a San Antonio divorce lawyer review the paperwork before moving forward. Your attorney will ensure that the settlement is fair and you aren’t giving up any rights. For instance, you might discover that you can get more spousal support or that you’re paying too much. Thus, have an attorney review the divorce before filing it with the court.
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