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Filing for Divorce in Denton

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Divorce can be a difficult and stressful experience, but it’s an experience that many families have to face. Although you may be intimidated or overwhelmed by the process, divorce can be the first step to a brighter and more secure future. With the right legal counsel, you will understand your options and ensure that your rights are upheld. Our firm will make sure that any remaining logistical matters will be resolved as smoothly and efficiently as possible.

At the Law Office of David S. Bouschor, II, P.C., we strive to be a refuge and a resource for clients going through divorce. We have helped many clients in Denton file for divorce. Our divorce attorneys are backed by decades of experience and are passionate about helping clients navigate even the most complicated cases. Over the years, we have established ourselves as a firm that thinks outside the box and utilizes resources that many other firms don’t think to use when handling a case. We proudly serve clients in Collin County and throughout the Dallas Fort-Worth Metroplex.

To learn more about your options moving forward, contact our firm at (940) 202-8323.

We can walk you through every aspect of your divorce, including:

What Is a Litigated Divorce?

Litigation is the most common method of obtaining a divorce in Texas.

Some of the many characteristics of litigated divorce include:

  • An attorney represents you and your position in the divorce.
  • Your attorney obtains information from the opposing party using legal discovery methods for a clearer picture of the issues at stake.
  • Your attorney will make sure that all the steps in evaluating your property, whether it be characterization evaluation or ownership, are completed so that an equitable settlement offer can be formulated by you. If no settlement is possible, then the same evaluations will be used to present a clear and concise case to the court.

In a litigated divorce, if the case goes to court, the judge or a jury will have the final say in all aspects of your case. Your attorney will be presenting your case and the issues disputed to the court and persuading the judge and/or jury to obtain the best possible outcome.

Offering Thorough Representation in the Dallas Fort-Worth Metroplex

The Law Office of David S. Bouschor, II, P.C. approaches each case and every client with a holistic viewpoint. We are here to help you navigate the legal aspects of your case and to provide the support you need to handle the emotional, financial, and other personal aspects of the case as well.

Find out how we can help you by contacting (940) 202-8323 today.

Commonly Asked Questions

What are the main steps involved in filing for a divorce in Denton?

Filing for divorce in Denton involves several key steps. Initially, one party files a divorce petition, and the other party is served with divorce papers. Both parties then gather financial and personal information through a process called discovery. If there are children involved, child custody and support will be addressed. Property division is also a critical step, where community and separate property are characterized and evaluated. If the parties cannot reach an agreement, the case may go to trial where a judge or jury will make the final decisions. Throughout this process, having a knowledgeable attorney is crucial to navigate the complexities and advocate for your interests.

How can an attorney help with property evaluations during a divorce?

An attorney can be instrumental in the property evaluation process during a divorce by ensuring that all assets are properly characterized as either community or separate property. They will gather documentation and may work with experts to appraise the value of various assets, including real estate and business interests. This thorough evaluation is essential for formulating an equitable settlement offer or, if necessary, presenting a clear and persuasive case to the court to achieve a fair division of property.

What is the difference between litigated and non-litigated divorce in Texas?

In Texas, a litigated divorce is one where the parties cannot agree on key issues and the case goes to trial for a judge or jury to decide. This process involves formal discovery, representation by attorneys, and court appearances. A non-litigated divorce, on the other hand, may involve methods like mediation or collaborative law, where both parties work together to reach an agreement outside of court, often with the help of their attorneys and other professionals. This can be a less adversarial and more cost-effective approach.




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