If you and your spouse have children, there are two aspects of divorce to consider in the state of Texas: the child custody/child support portion and the division of the marital estate. Both are equally important in
the grand scheme of a divorce case and require the legal counsel of a Collin Country divorce attorney.
Child custody has three separate components when you include child support:
Most people assume that because Texas is a community property state that the marital estate will be divided 50/50. Many times this is not the case. Various fault bases for granting a divorce, addiction issues, wasting of community assets or disparity in earning capacity will bring about a disparate division. It is imperative to meet with an experienced family lawyer to discuss through?the complex issues of property division in Texas.
There are many moving parts in a divorce that need to be discussed with an experienced, board certified family lawyer to determine your rights and what you can expect if faced with a divorce. At Scroggins Law Group, all of our Collin County attorneys are certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization and ready to fight on your behalf.
Call today at 214-469-3100 to?request an initial case consultation.
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