Just as every marriage is unique, so is every divorce a one-of-a-kind event. There are no cookie-cutter answers when it comes to determining property division, spousal support or child custody. Our experienced Collin County family lawyers are prepared to guide you through your divorce in a manner that is most advantageous for you, whether it is a contested or uncontested divorce. To get started or learn more about the process involved, consult with a Collin County divorce lawyer with our firm today.
We are well-established Collin County divorce lawyers who are well aware of the common expression “broken family” that many people use to describe families post-divorce. You do not have to let your restructured family become or remain broken as you navigate divorce and its aftermath. We can help you maximize your likelihood of a satisfactory outcome that will take into account the unique characteristics of your marriage, separation and new life ahead:
As Collin County divorce attorneys who respect individuals’ instincts about those matters most important to them, we encourage our clients to get creative about the process of dividing a marital estate. For example, a couple may decide that one spouse will remain in the marital home while the other will receive some or all of a retirement account. Should you agree to liquidate property in order to divide it? Most couples find alternatives to this type of solution, but it may be the right thing to do in your case. We will provide the guidance and reassurance that you need to watch out for your own best interests as property division negotiations get underway.
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Are you prepared to meet the challenges of your pending Texas divorce? You can be. Call or email the law offices of The Ramage Law Group. Our Collin County divorce lawyers welcome the opportunity to explain how we can be of assistance.
The Ramage Law Group is invested in the mental health of our community and supported the LifePath Foundation’s initiative to send 1,000 people from Collin County to a mental health first aid training. To support this initiative, we partnered with the LifePath Foundation’s “Sweet Dreams” fundraising event. To learn more, visit our Sweet Dreams page.