Traditionally, Texas Courts have a reputation as being “Pro-Mom” in a divorce case involving Children. While generally fathers are winning 50/50 custody with their ex-spouse today, many fathers don’t want to leave custody of their children to chance. Our Austin Family Lawyers understand the disposition of Texas fathers and can help ensure the best outcome from your divorce.
A rare yet serious event that may take place in high contention divorces is retaliation. Retaliation is frowned upon by Texas Judges, naming these practices as uncooperative. This does not always deter the offending party from attempting retaliation. Retaliation can come in the form of untrue allegations of marital misconduct, and in the most severe cases misconduct against children of the marriage. This can be severely detrimental to a divorce case, and unfortunately, these tactics are often weaponized against men in the marriage, when the other spouse feels scorned. Our Experienced Family Lawyers will help clear your name and achieve the best outcome for your situation.
Certain aspects of divorce can be seen as more harsh for men. Many men in Texas are either “sole-earners” or the primary earner of the household. This subjects them to harsher alimony / maintenance and split property rulings. Usually, the court splits community property 50-50 in a “just and right manner.” However, fault and other factors, like unequal earning power, may be considered when dividing community property.
Depending on whether children are involved or not, additional aspects of Divorce include the list below. Be comforted to know that we will never make any decisions on your case without ensuring you have the final word.
Marriage in Texas automatically presumes the father of a child to be the mother’s husband, so long as there is no active paternity dispute. This makes things significantly easier for father’s fighting for conservatorship rights. Even still, many fathers have to jump through hoops in certain cases to get what is in the best interest of their child(ren). The worst case scenario can see fathers being denied their visitation rights, you can prepare for this by working with our experienced and bold team to protect their reputation and relationship with your child(ren).
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If these things are what you are looking for in a law firm, then contact us to see how we can help you and your family.
We help families both locally within or near the Austin Metro area.
Locally, clients come to us from Downtown, Rosedale, South River City, Zilker, Crestview, Old West Austin, Barton Hills, Pflugerville, Austin and all of Travis, Hays and Williamson Counties.
Kimbrough Legal has helped hundreds of clients with their family law needs and goals. We will guide you step by step through the issues that must be addressed in divorce – including property division, alimony and spousal support, child custody and visitation, and child support – and will carefully and compassionately explain the divorce process, develop strategies to meet your needs, and discuss possible outcomes with you.
Don’t get divorced without the guidance of legal counsel. Protect your legal rights before and after separation by speaking with lawyers who can provide legal advice specific to your situation. We can help you protect your future and plan for a new beginning.
Kimbrough Legal, PLLC
1777 NE Loop 410 Ste. 600
San Antonio, TX 78217