Divorce can be one of the most stressful experiences a person goes through in his or her lifetime. If you or your spouse is considering a divorce, it is important to pick a lawyer who is right for you, someone who will handle your legal concerns with integrity and who will take actions that make your divorce as drama-free as possible.
This is especially true when you expect a contested divorce in which you and your spouse disagree on critical issues. Your lawyer will need to be a strong advocate for you. He or she must employ proven legal strategies to protect your interests, making sure that your relationship with your children is protected, that you receive the support you need, and that property is divided fairly.
The Jim Ross Law Group, P.C.: No Drama Arlington Contested Divorce Attorneys
At the Jim Ross Law Group, P.C., we often change our approach to meet our clients’ changing needs, depending on the conflict they face. We tailor our strategies to achieve your goals quickly and effectively under Texas family law.
This approach means handling contested divorces in ways that protect your interests while reducing conflict and resolving matters quickly and cost-effectively. It means handling matters without the drama — resolving them effectively so that your divorce doesn’t eat up all your savings. You’ll need resources to help you move forward with your life, after all.
Straightforward Talk About Your Contested Divorce
We are not big on drama, but this does not mean that we sugarcoat matters for our clients. We believe that you deserve the truth about your situation. Our lawyers will tell you about your case and the factors that may influence the outcome — good and bad. If a fact isn’t favorable, we’ll tell you. If the odds are not great, you will know before you reach the courtroom.
At the same time, we will do everything possible to achieve the best possible results for you. We are zealous advocates who stand up for our clients and make sure that their voices are heard. This includes resolving a wide range of issues that may arise in your contested divorce, including:
- Child custody and visitation
- Child support
- Division of marital property and debt
- Attorney’s fees