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Going Through Divorce in Conroe, TX?

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If you are going through a divorce, you should retain strong representation to ensure your child custody & financial assets are protected. At Bradford L. Atkinson & Associates, PLLC, our attorney has nearly two decades of experience in this complex area of law. We can proficiently guide you throughout the legal process while making sure your best interests are well represented.

We are driven by a genuine desire to assist our clients, and we will do everything in our power to help you achieve your goals. Our team of Conroe divorce attorneys can help you make well-informed decisions about your future and assist you with all your divorce-related needs, such as spousal maintenance (alimony), property division, and child support and custody. You can trust us to provide you with the effective legal services you need and deserve.

Call us today at (936) 251-0727 or contact us online to speak with am experienced Conroe divorce attorney. We can help you with all your family law needs.

What Are Grounds for Divorce in Texas?

Texas offers both "no-fault" and "fault" divorce options in the state. The most common way to file for divorce is “no-fault” since it tends to be a smoother and easier process.

No-fault divorce – A no-fault divorce in Texas is filed under the grounds of “insupportability”. In short, this means that the marriage can no longer be supported due to “irreconcilable differences” between the spouses. Filing for a no-fault divorce doesn’t require any proof of fault in either spouse.

Fault divorce – Texas also allows for a spouse to file for divorce based on a particular fault in the other spouse. One reason to use this method is that faults might have an influence on other divorce matters that need to be decided (property division, support, custody, etc.) The faults that can be used in Texas include:

  • Cruelty
  • Adultery
  • Felony
  • Abandonment
  • Separation
  • Mental instability

If you’re not sure which method to use to file your divorce, don’t hesitate to contact our firm. Our attorneys will walk you through the process while keeping your best interests in mind.

Texas Divorce Residency Requirements

The residency requirements for divorce in Texas state that one or both spouses must be a state resident for six months or more before filing for divorce. Furthermore, one of the spouses must be a county resident for ninety days in order to file for divorce in that county.

Conroe, TX Divorce Attorneys Providing Caring Representation

Our firm knows that a divorce is often the most stressful and emotionally devastating experience a person will go through in their lifetime. That’s why we will work hard to make the process as easy and efficient as possible for you. Our team will shoulder your legal burden while you focus on transitioning to a new life. We will assist you with complicated paperwork, ensure no deadlines are missed, and aim to effectively resolve all your legal problems. You can count on us to be with you every step of the way.

We are also proficient in the following matters, and more:

Our Experienced Conroe Divorce Lawyers Can Help

Regardless of your situation or how difficult your problems may be, we have the experience necessary to help you resolve them.

Contact our firm or give us a call at (936) 251-0727 for a consultation with a caring Conroe, Texas divorce attorney today and find out how we can help you.

“There is a level of camaraderie, responsibility and connection I feel for the families I work with. This passion drives what I do. I'm committed to the best possible outcome for my clients. There is life after divorce and we will get them there.”

- Bradford L. Atkinson
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