Arlington Divorce Law Firm Divorce

Divorce is a legally complex and emotionally challenging process. At Brandy Austin Law Firm, we work to understand your long-term goals and partner with you to develop a strategy for achieving them. The mediation process allows our clients to meet many of their top concerns. Mediation involves both parties working with a neutral third party to arrive at an agreement instead of leaving the decision to a judge’s ruling. This process allows you to have more of a say in the terms of beginning your new life.

Our Texas divorce mediation attorneys serves Arlington and proximate areas. Attorneys Brandy Austin is a trained mediator. This means she acts as a neutral third party to facilitate the process of mediating a challenge. We also represent clients through the mediation process. If mediation fails to yield a resolution, we can fiercely advocate in court on behalf of your interests.

Tips for Divorce: The Do’s and Don’ts

The legal process for divorce can be confusing, and frankly terrifying for anyone who has never gone through a dissolution of marriage before. Those who need support and more than a few tips regarding their divorce, can consult with the Arlington, TX divorce lawyers at Brandy Austin Law Firm, PLLC for counsel. We understand that parting ways from a spouse may mean many difficult changes are going to happen for you and your children. Here we have listed a handful of do’s and don’ts for divorce:

Don’t: Rely on Loved Ones for Legal Advice

Loved ones are likely to rush to your side after they find out about the divorce. It is a good idea to create a support system during this time, as divorce is unlikely to be easy even if both spouses agreed it was the right thing to do. Despite loved ones probably having the best of intentions when offering advice, not all divorce cases are the same. When it comes to legal counsel we suggest reaching out to the Arlington, Texas divorce lawyers at Brandy Austin Law Firm, PLLC.

Do: Be Forthcoming with Your Attorney

It is important that you provide an attorney at Brandy Austin Law Firm, PLLC with facts about you and your marriage, so he or she can offer thorough guidance. If you keep something from your attorney out of fear of judgement, these facts may end up surfacing anyways. But, by the time your attorney uncovers these details it may be too late to create a legal strategy to keep it from harming your case.

Do: Give Divorce Mediation a Try

Divorce mediation is when both spouses have a meeting with a third party present, to talk about various divorce settlement topics. Points of discussion may include child support, pets, shared debts, property, money, child custody, and spousal support. A mediator is a trained professional that can help guide these difficult conversations, in hopes that a resolution can be made.

When people first hear about mediation, they may abruptly wave off the option due to not wanting to see their spouse in person. In situations where it is unsafe to meet with your spouse directly, an attorney at Brandy Austin Law Firm, PLLC may discourage attending mediation. However, if your spouse has never abused you or made you feel unsafe, then mediation could be worth a try. If both spouses are open to it, they could save a large chunk of money, time and emotional energy with mediation versus attending court over disputes.

Don’t: Stress Over the Little Things

It can be frightening to imagine the future, especially when there are so many changes happening because of the divorce. However, focusing on the future can help you not dwell on the more trivial conflicts that can arise. During divorce, both spouses may become nitpicky and lose sight of the bigger picture. Spending too much time arguing over the smaller things may cause standstills in the divorce process. An attorney at Brandy Austin Law Firm, PLLC can help you resolve both the little and bigger things that may become the topic of divorce settlement negotiations.

We would be happy to give you more tips for how to deal with your divorce as painlessly as possible. Please call us today for a free consultation with one of our Arlington, TX divorce lawyers.

Child Support Lawyers Serving Arlington And Neighboring Communities

Whether keeping the house or securing child support is your primary concern, we pledge to work to meet your long-term needs. We resolve all components of divorce, including:

  •   Property division and pension division
  •   Child custody
  •   Support payments
  •   Securing temporary restraining orders

We know the divorce process can feel intimidating, so we encourage you to ask any questions that arise at any point in the process. Each divorce is unique, but if both sides can agree on all matters, we can finalize your divorce in as little as 60 days. We also help clients resolve a range of legal challenges beyond family law issues. Learn about How Can Social Media Affect Your Divorce?

Contact The Divorce Lawyers Arlington, TX Trusts

Call 817-841-9906 or contact us online to schedule a free in office consultation. We offer legal services for a range of clients in the areas and counties surrounding Arlington, Texas, including Tarrant, Johnson, Ellis, Navarro and Dallas counties.

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