Divorce and Custody Attorneys
Serving the Dallas-Fort Worth Area
Going through a divorce might be emotionally draining, but it does not have to be difficult or confusing. The experienced attorneys at Garcia & Ramires, PLLC, will thoroughly explain the process and work hand-in-hand with you through every step of the way to ensure you are kept protected, informed, and well-prepared as your case works through the court system. Obtaining results, especially when it comes to child custody, child support, property division, is our fundamental goal, regardless of the simplicity or complexity of the case. With reasonable attorney fees, low down payments, and flexible payment terms, you too will see the advantage of having Garcia and Ramires, PLLC on your side.
Ask yourself these questions!
- When is the best time to file for divorce?
- Does it matter who files first?
- What if I don’t know where the opposing party is?
- Can I get a divorce even if my spouse doesn’t agree?
- Should I just sign a waiver of service?
- What happens if I leave my home?
- How soon may I see my children?
- How will child support be established?
- Are the assets just divided 50/50?
- How fast can a divorce be completed in Texas?
These are just a few of the hundreds of questions that come up when considering a divorce. Our team of experience family law attorneys will provide the answers you need to make an educated decision.
LOOKING TO GET DIVORCED, BUT YOU AND YOUR SPOUSE CANNOT AGREE ON CUSTODY, CHILD SUPPORT OR PROPERTY DIVISION?
While an agreement with the opposing party would be best, we understand that, in most cases, such an agreement cannot be reached leaving important elements of the separation such as child support, custody, or property division, in a state of confusion and disagreement. Our team of experienced family law attorneys will petition the court to establish temporary orders that address these important issues making life easier while the divorce is finalized. Knowing how to present your case to the judge is critical! Done correctly, your chances of success will be greatly increased regardless of the lack of cooperation or agreement by the opposing party. The Judge will have the final say!
WHAT ARE YOUR RIGHTS AS A PARENT?
As a parent, you have rights to see your children but there are many factors that can impact those rights. Whether you are fighting to protect a child from an abusive parent or trying to establish visitation with your children, the team of experienced attorneys at Garcia & Ramires, PLLC, can help you achieve your goals.
ARE YOU ENTITLED TO A 50-50 SPLIT OF THE MARITAL HOME AND MONEY?
Current Texas Law allows the Family Court Judges to divide the marital property in a “Fair and Just” manner. The division is not allows 50-50 which means you must present evidence and legal arguments to persuade a ruling favorable to you. The experienced family law attorneys at Garcia & Ramires, PLLC, utilize every legal tool and strategic arguments available to introduce that evidence thus greatly improving our client’s outcome.
HOW MUCH CHILD SUPPORT DO YOU HAVE TO PAY?
The State of Texas does provide guidelines for the payment of child support, but making sure the income and expenses of the individual being ordered to pay child support is correctly calculated is the challenge. One of our legal responsibilities to our clients is to make sure those calculations are done right the first time! Wrong figures could cost you thousands in the long run.
Divorce and Custody Cases in Texas
Divorce with No Property and No Children
What is commonly known as a simple divorce still requires knowledge
and navigation of the court system. We can guide you through the
process to obtain a quick and efficient disposition.
Divorce with Property; No Children
Divorces with property require expert knowledge in property division. We will guide you through the process of understanding how the law divides community property and how you can get your fair share. Knowledge of Real Property law is a must for these cases.
Divorce with Children; No Property
Divorces with Children are factually intensive. More than any type of divorce case, divorces involving children require knowledge of the different factors the law uses to decide primary custody. Issues such as weekend visitations, where the children will live, which parent claims the children on tax returns, where the children go to school, and child support are hard fought issues requiring experienced counsel on your side. Communication in both English and Spanish is vital to these types of cases.
Divorce with Children and Property
Divorces with Children and Property are a combination of property division and child custody. These cases require an attorney with expert knowledge in both property division and an attorney who understands the issues in a custody case.
Suit Affecting Parent Child Relationship
Suits Affecting the Parent Child Relationship require knowledge of the different factors the law uses to decide primary custody. Issues such as weekend visitations, where the children will live, which parent claims the children on tax returns, where the children go to school, and child support are hard fought issues requiring experienced counsel on your side.
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