Austin Divorce Attorney
Leading Clients Through The Divorce Process in Travis County
One of the most difficult decisions you may make in life is getting a divorce. However, there comes a breaking point when there is no other option. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for a divorce to be contested and result in a heated court battle. To obtain the most favorable outcome inside or outside the courtroom, you need a compassionate and knowledgeable family lawyer who can protect your rights and best interests throughout the legal process.
If you are interested in filing for divorce, let our Austin divorce attorneys at Carroll Troberman, PLLC help you start a new chapter in life. With more than 30 years of trial-tested experience, we understand what it takes to ensure our clients get the results and support they deserve.
Are you contemplating filing for divorce? Call Carroll Troberman, PLLC, today at (512) 772-2442 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with our divorce lawyers in Austin.
Contested Vs Uncontested Divorce in Texas
There are two main types of divorce in Texas: Contested and uncontested divorce. A contested divorce means you and your soon-to-be-ex-spouse disagree on one or more terms of your divorce agreement, while an uncontested divorce means both parties agree on all divorce issues.
- An uncontested divorce is simpler and more straightforward compared to a contested divorce, so the entire process will be much faster and less complicated. To qualify for an uncontested divorce in Texas, you and your spouse must have lived in the state for at least six months before filing a petition, not have any minor children, not share any property or businesses together, or have any retirement benefits that must be divided.
- On the other hand, a contested divorce is more expensive and time-consuming. Although this type of divorce can still be resolved outside of court through mediation, it is possible that the divorce can lead to court litigation, where a judge will make the final decision on all issues.
Primary Issues in a Divorce
The following are the most common issues in a divorce:
- Child custody and visitation
- Child support
- Property division
Going Through Divorce as a Parent
Divorce can be challenging for any couple, but especially when children are involved. In such cases, so much of the divorce revolves around seeing that the child’s well-being and best interests remain protected. This includes matters related to child custody, such as which parent the child will live with and when the other parent will have visitation time, as well as child support payments to ensure that the child’s financial needs are met. In situations where abuse and neglect are present, you will have the added pressure of dealing with Child Protective Services (CPS).
Our legal team is here to help you move through your divorce in the healthiest way possible, keeping the best interest of your child at the forefront. We can safeguard your child custody rights, help you achieve a fair child support settlement, and assist you with CPS actions.
Contact Our Divorce Lawyers Today
Due to the complexities and strong emotions associated with divorce, it is important to have a legal professional on your side throughout the process. Carroll Troberman, PLLC, can listen to your needs and goals, figure out all your available legal options, and help you secure the best possible outcome.
Contact Carroll Troberman, PLLC, today to get started with our Austin divorce attorney.
What Makes Carroll Troberman the Right Choice?
Over 30 Years of Combined Experience
We Have Countless Accolades & Are Respected in the Legal Community
Providing High-Quality Legal Advice & Representation
We Give Each Client Personalized Attention
We've Successfully Handled Thousands of Cases
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You won’t find a better person or attorney in the state of Texas.- Danielle K.
All of us have been fortunate that she was on our side and I highly recommend her for any legal services.- Jason W.
A true asset to any law firm.- Vickilynn P.
I trust him with my life and can definitely attest to him being an exemplary example of what a Lawyer should be!- Amy N.
Couldn’t have made it through this without her. 10/10 would recommend.- Dustin S.