Seeing The Path Forward Through A Divorce
Coming to the conclusion that a divorce may be in your future is not easy. And, it is often difficult to see the path forward. The questions pile up: What do I do first? How do I tell my family? What do I do to protect what I care about most?
The attorneys at Travers & Travers in Katy, Texas, understand that you might feel overwhelmed by the life changes facing you as you end your marriage or by uncertainty about the divorce process. Our law firm is made up of two generations of family law attorneys. We understand the legal, logistical and emotional impacts of these matters, and how they hit everyone differently. So we will listen to you, learn about your situation and help you make informed decisions during this difficult time.
We work as a team to help you and your family deal with the uncertainty and stress of the divorce process to achieve a better future.
More Than 85 Years Of Combined Experience Guiding People To A New Life Through Divorce
Our lawyers have spent decades helping people in Katy and throughout Texas with all aspects of uncontested and contested divorce – from the initial planning stages and filing, through property division and child custody, to negotiation or trial to reach a resolution. Members of our team are board-certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, a mark of excellence shared with less than 1 percent of all lawyers in Texas. We have the in-depth experience to deal effectively with the court system and with other family law attorneys.
Our goal is to relieve much of the stress as possible by handling the complex, technical requirements of the legal process, thus ensuring that you understand your options before making any decisions.
We have the necessary skill to:
- Identify, value and divide marital property
- Protect your relationship with your child by creating child custody plans and addressing child support issues
- Determine whether spousal support is appropriate in your circumstances
- Resolve your divorce, whether that means negotiating a settlement, using methods like mediation or collaborative law, or going to trial
Our experience means we are up to all challenges, and we recognize that each case comes with it’s own unique ones. Whether you or your spouse are in the military, there’s a family business in the mix, assets are higher than typical or there is anything else that makes your case uniquely complex, you can be confident with our time-tested team on your side.
We Help You Focus On The Future
The divorce process is sometimes confusing and can even become contentious. It’s easy to get caught up in the details and lose focus on what is really important.
The attorneys at Travers & Travers can help you remain focused on the future so that you will be able to allow the past to become just that, the past. Since Texas offers a no-fault divorce, you can move forward without alleging wrongdoing. But, if the circumstances of your case support a fault-based divorce and if it would be in your best interest to allege fault, we will proceed in that manner.