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San Antonio Uncontested Divorce Attorney

Bexar County uncontested divorce attorney

San Antonio Uncontested Divorce Lawyer Serving Bexar County

Getting a divorce is rarely easy. The choice to end a relationship that you thought would last for the rest of your life is likely to cause you to experience a great deal of emotional turmoil, especially if you and your spouse have encountered high levels of conflict. Even if your divorce is relatively amicable, you will need to address multiple issues as you separate your finances from your spouse, make adjustments to living arrangements, and deal with the many legal and financial concerns involved in the end of your marriage. During this process, you and your spouse can both benefit by working to avoid or minimize conflict and complete an uncontested divorce.

The law firm of Brandon Wong & Associates believes that the divorce process does not have to be a fight that leaves everyone traumatized and broke. We help our clients save money, time, and aggravation by working to resolve disputes outside of court and avoiding litigation whenever possible. We work to make sure your rights and interests will be protected in the decisions you make, and if agreements cannot be reached or disputes cannot be resolved amicably, we are prepared to help you proceed with a contested divorce. However, we strive to find workable solutions rather than exacerbating problems and conflicts, and we will do everything we can to help you complete your divorce as quickly, efficiently, and peacefully as possible.

Negotiating a Divorce Settlement

In an uncontested divorce, you and your spouse will work to negotiate a settlement that will fully address all issues related to the dissolution of your marriage. There are a number of methods that can be used to create a settlement, including conducting negotiations with the assistance of attorneys. Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) can be beneficial in some situations, and it may involve collaborative divorce or divorce mediation. Ultimately, the goal of an uncontested divorce will be to resolve all outstanding issues and create a settlement agreement that can be filed in court. Once the settlement is approved by a judge, your marriage will be legally dissolved.

As you work to negotiate your divorce settlement, it is crucial to have an experienced legal advocate on your side. Our attorneys can advise you on the legal issues that you will need to address in your settlement, and we will explain the options available to you, allowing you to make decisions that will benefit you while also protecting the interests of your family. As you create your settlement, we can make sure the proper language is included to eliminate uncertainty about the requirements that apply to you and your spouse and help you avoid disputes in the future.

We can make sure your settlement properly addresses issues such as:

  • Property division - All community property will need to be divided between you and your spouse. We can assist you in making decisions about the ownership of different types of assets, including complex assets such as family businesses, real estate, or retirement accounts and pensions, ensuring that you will have the financial resources you need to succeed following your divorce.
  • Spousal support - This form of support, which is commonly known as alimony, is usually only ordered by a court in limited situations. However, if you believe you should receive spousal support, or if you are being asked to make payments to your spouse, we can help you determine how to address this issue in your divorce settlement.
  • Child custody - If you have children, your divorce settlement will need to include a parenting plan that details how you and your spouse will share responsibility for raising your children (legal custody) and when your children will live with each of you (physical custody). We can help you reach agreements that will provide for your children's best interests, and we can also ensure that child support arrangements will be established correctly.

Contact Our San Antonio Uncontested Divorce Lawyers

Every divorce is different. Some divorces are more complicated than others, but all divorces can be handled with intelligence and tact. To learn how we can help you complete an uncontested divorce and end your marriage successfully, contact us by calling 210-201-3832.

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