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Bexar County Divorce Attorney

Bexar County divorce lawyer

How to file for divorce in San Antonio, TX?

When you and your spouse decided to get married, you probably did not expect that your marriage would one day come to an end. Marriage is a serious commitment made by those who love each other and wish to live as partners for many years to come. However, even though couples usually plan to stay together "till death," there are many cases where marriages do not last that long. Those who encounter relationship issues or who decide for other reasons that they no longer want to be married may decide to pursue a divorce. If you are in this situation, you will want to make sure you take the right steps to protect yourself and ensure that you will have the resources you need to move forward into the next phase of your life.

At Brandon Wong & Associates, we understand how difficult it can be to contemplate the end of your marriage. The emotional struggles that come with the end of what was meant to be a permanent partnership can be difficult enough, and when added to the legal and financial concerns that come with dissolving your partnership with your spouse, you can easily become overwhelmed. When you work with us, we will thoroughly review your situation, and we will personally handle every aspect of your case. We will always suggest methods to help you minimize conflict and keep your case out of court, whenever possible. Our goal is to help you complete the divorce process as easily and efficiently as possible while ensuring that your rights and interests will be protected.

Legal Assistance With Divorce-Related Issues

We will provide experienced guidance and strong representation throughout the divorce process, advising you on the legal concerns that you will need to address, the laws that apply to you, and your options for resolving disputes with your spouse. We can assist with both uncontested and contested divorce cases, including providing representation if you are participating in court-ordered mediation. While we believe in helping our clients find amicable solutions whenever possible, we are fully prepared to take your case to court and advocate on your behalf during a divorce trial. We will help you understand the best approach to take as you address matters such as:

  • Property division - We can help you understand the difference between community property and separate property, and we will work to help you reach a settlement that will allow you to maintain ownership of items that are important to you while also ensuring that you will have the financial resources you need to support yourself.
  • Spousal support - In some situations, one spouse may receive ongoing support payments from the other spouse, which are sometimes referred to as spousal maintenance or alimony. We can help you understand whether this form of support may be a factor in your divorce, and if so, we will ensure that the amount and duration of payments will be determined correctly.
  • High net worth divorce - In cases where couples own significant assets, either together or separately, or where one or both spouses earn a high income, multiple types of financial issues may need to be considered. We can assist with complex property issues, including business valuation and division of real estate or retirement accounts, and we can also address issues of financial support that may apply for high income earners.
  • Military divorce - Members of the military or their spouses may need to address unique issues during the divorce process related to deployment, military benefits, or other legal or financial factors.
  • Child custody and child support - If you have children together with your spouse, you will need to make decisions about how you will share both legal and physical custody. We can advise you of your rights and help you determine the best solutions that will allow you to maintain close relationships with your children while meeting their ongoing needs. We can also ensure that child support obligations will be established correctly, including addressing children's expenses.

Contact Our San Antonio Divorce Attorneys

Our team has training in dispute resolution, as well as extensive experience forging solutions between divorcing spouses who thought would not be able to work out their issues amicably. No matter the complexity of your case or the level of hostility between you and your spouse, we can help you find the best solutions to the issues you are facing. To arrange a consultation and get the legal representation you need during your divorce, contact us at 210-201-3832.

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