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Frequently Asked Questions

Answered By Our Conroe Family Law Attorney

At Bradford L. Atkinson & Associates, PLLC, we are dedicated to providing our clients with the highest quality of representation possible. In order to achieve that goal, we work to properly answer all our clients’ questions and address their concerns. Below, we provided answers to some of the most commonly asked questions we receive. If you don’t see your question listed below or if you would like clarification regarding our answers, feel free to reach out to us today.

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  • What Happens with My Kids?

    In Texas, the courts determine which parent(s) get custody based on what it believes to be in the best interests of the children. The court will take into account many different factors, such as if either parent has a history of abuse, what each parent’s employment status is, the proximity of both parents’ residences, and more. A skilled attorney will be able to present you in a positive light before the court. It is important that you consult a knowledgeable child custody lawyer in Conroe. To learn more about child custody, please visit our page on the subject here.

  • What Happens to My Finances & Assets?

    In the state of Texas, marital property is divided equitably between both spouses. Equitably does not mean there will be a 50/50 split. It simply means the court will divide the marital property as fairly as possible. Marital property includes all assets acquired during the course of the marriage, which may include businesses, investment portfolios, real estate, and more. Nonmarital property is generally not divided between spouses. This type of property includes assets that a spouse owned before the marriage or acquired by inheritance or gift. However, some assets may be protected in the event that a marital agreement was drafted. In these cases, how the property is to be divided varies from person to person. Speak with an experienced property division attorney in Conroe to learn more, or visit this page.

  • What Does it Cost?

    The cost of our services varies greatly from case to case. To get an idea of what your fees, specifically, will look like, speak with our family law attorney in Conroe.

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