Angleton, TX Divorce Attorney

Top-Rated Divorce Lawyer Representing Clients in Angleton, Texas

Marriage can be challenging. In fact, some people say that maintaining a relationship is one of the hardest things you’ll ever do. And for some, the challenges of marriage become overwhelming, and divorce seems like the best option.

If you are thinking about divorce, it’s critical that you understand all of the elements of an Angleton, TX divorce, including how to file for a divorce, issues you’ll need to resolve before the divorce can be finalized, and the effect that a divorce will have on your life, finances, and future. For answers to all of these questions and more, call our Angleton, TX divorce attorney at the Law Offices of Tad Nelson & Associates. Our lawyer cares about you, has years of experience, and is ready to start working on your case today. 

Representing You As You Navigate Tough Issues

Not only will our attorney make sure that you have a solid understanding of the divorce process, your rights during divorce, and various divorce laws, but Attorney Tad Nelson will also provide you with representation and support throughout the process. Reach out to our Angleton, Texas divorce lawyer for answers to your questions regarding: 

  • Marital property vs. separate property. Before your divorce can be finalized, you and your spouse must come to an agreement about how to divide property, pay off debts, and split assets. Texas is a community property state, which means that at the time of divorce (or death) all property is assumed to be the property of both spouses, as is all debt. This means that all property will be considered marital property, and subject to division as such, unless there is clear evidence that certain property is separate – property that is acquired prior to the marriage or acquired by gift or inheritance. 
  • Creating a parenting plan. If you are a parent, you and your spouse will also need to work together to create a parenting plan before your divorce can be finalized. The parenting plan will outline the rights of each parent in regard to parenting time and legal decision-making responsibilities, the visitation schedule and how the child will be transported from one parent’s home to the other’s, details of the child support obligation, and a variety of other issues that may affect the child, such as details about how disagreements will be resolved, where the child will spend summer vacation, etc. 
  • Spousal maintenance a divorce. When parties are divorcing, one spouse may make a request for spousal maintenance, or alimony. Spousal maintenance can be agreed upon by both spouses, or a judge may order maintenance if the spouse seeking maintenance lacks the sufficient assets/income/property to provide for their reasonable needs. 
  • Prenuptial agreements and divorce. Finally, many people form prenuptial agreements at the time that they get married, or postnuptial agreements at some point during the course of the marriage. At the time of divorce, the prenuptial/postnuptial agreement will need to be reviewed. If it is legally valid, then issues will be determined per the terms of the agreement. This is one way to fast-track a divorce. 

How Our Angleton, TX Divorce Lawyer Can Help

If you are thinking about a divorce, our Angleton, TX divorce lawyer wants to help you achieve the divorce outcome you desire. If you want a quick and easy divorce, or a cheap divorce, we’ll work hard to help you achieve that too. Typically, the lowest-cost, fastest divorces are those that are uncontested, which means that both parties agree on all issues in the divorce. Our attorney can represent you during mediated sessions with your spouse in order to reach an agreement. 

While more time-consuming and expensive, divorce litigation is an option too if issues cannot be resolved through negotiations alone. We have trial experience, and will aggressively represent you.

Call Our Angleton, TX Divorce Lawyer Today for a Consultation

Representing yourself during a divorce isn’t advised – even when your divorce is uncontested, it’s still valuable to have an attorney on your side who can review all of your case documents and ensure you’re not signing anything that will ultimately be detrimental to your future. Our law firm will provide guidance and support throughout the whole process, and will remain accessible and available whenever you need us.

To learn more about our Angleton, TX divorce attorney, our law firm, and how to file for a divorce and what you should expect throughout the divorce process, please call our law firm today at 281-280-0100 or send us a message telling us more about your case.