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Seguin Divorce Attorney

Seguin Divorce Attorney

Experienced Divorce Lawyers Serving Guadalupe County

It is a simple fact that nearly half of all marriages will end in divorce. There is no reason for you to feel alone. Roughly one-third of all American adults who have ever been married are now divorced, so you are not alone in going through this. Divorce is a very common, if often unpleasant, ordeal. Your divorce is as unique as your marriage was, and we will treat it as such. You probably know what your priorities may be in your case, and your priorities are our priorities.

Brandon Wong & Associates is experienced in Texas divorce cases. Our skilled team of attorneys will help you take the right approach to your divorce, whether that means battling in court or advocating for you at the mediation table. While we are strong negotiators, we also make zealous advocates. Our approach will be tailored to your individual needs.

Seguin Lawyer for Division of Marital Assets

Texas is a community property state, and this means that each spouse has the right to receive half of the marital property. Our first step in dividing marital assets is to determine what is marital property as opposed to separate property. Dividing marital property is not always simple.

If you own complex assets like a family business that may need valuation, or if one of you has a retirement account that needs to be divided, you need an experienced property division lawyer on your side to ensure that these issues will be addressed correctly. In some cases, you may be entitled to alimony if you were dependent on your spouse. Assets like real estate can be challenging, as a house cannot be split. Our goal will be to ensure that you are financially well-protected going forward and that you receive the full share of marital property you are entitled to.

Child Custody and Support Attorneys in Texas

Issues in divorce concerning children can be very emotionally charged, and understandably so. As a parent, your children are probably the most important part of your life. In most cases, Texas favors some type of shared child custody arrangement. Frequently, one parent will become the primary custodian, while the other is granted visitation rights and will be required to pay child support. Decision-making power is often shared.

If you and your spouse are unable to agree on matters related to child custody, the court will step in and determine what is in the child's best interests based on a number of factors, including how stable each parent's new household is and the child's wishes.

Mothers and fathers are treated equally under the law. Gone is the presumption that children should stay with their mothers. Fathers now have stronger legal rights in child custody cases.

Lawyers for Uncontested Divorce

Generally, the quickest and least costly way to get divorced is to file for an uncontested divorce. Mediation and negotiation are common strategies. in some cases, a court will order spouses to attend mediation. If you have children, coming to an agreement on the issues in your divorce can help keep them out of the conflict as well.

Of course, this is not an option for all spouses. It may not be in your best interest if your spouse is abusive or unlikely to participate in good faith due to substance abuse or mental illness. Our attorneys can advocate on your behalf in a contested divorce and help you achieve a positive outcome to your case.

Law Firm for Unique Divorce Situations

While every divorce is unique, some situations require particular care from an attorney who has experience with the type of divorce you are going through. Getting divorced while you are serving in the military can be complex and unpredictable. With our law office's proximity to nearby military bases, we are well-prepared and honored to serve our service men and women.

LGBT+ families in Texas have historically faced significant discrimination in the courts and struggled to have existing laws applied to their very real families. Our attorneys are experienced in helping LGBT+ families navigate family law issues like divorce, legal parentage, and child custody.

Contact a Seguin Divorce Lawyer

Brandon Wong & Associates is an experienced divorce and family law firm. We will take the time to understand your priorities and concerns so that we can tailor our representation to your particular needs. Contact us at 210-201-3832 to arrange a confidential consultation.

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