Harris County Divorce Attorney

Experienced Divorce Lawyers Serving Harris County, TX


Do you require Harris County legal counsel for a divorce? The Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC can help, whether you’re just getting started or need to fill out basic paperwork. Our skilled Harris County divorce lawyers are committed to making the divorce process as easy and painless as we can. Our team stays focused on their area of specialization, coming up with workable solutions and keeping thorough understanding of Texas family law, because family law accounts for 99% of the firm’s practice.


Each divorce situation is different, so what suits one client may not be appropriate for another. While some customers use mediation to achieve a quick, pleasant divorce, others deal with contentious divorces that need court involvement. Whether your case goes to trial, through mediation, or both, our knowledgeable Harris County divorce lawyers are prepared to help you every step of the way.

Why Choose the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC:

  • Aggressive and compassionate advocacy
  • Experienced representation
  • Effective solutions in and out of court
  • Individualized and customized counsel
  • One-on-one attention with your attorney
  • A+ Rating by the BBB®


Contact an experienced Houston County divorce attorney at 281-810-9760 or online for a consultation!


Grounds for Divorce in Texas

Texas allows divorce for a number of reasons, including fault-based and no-fault grounds.
In Texas, a no-fault divorce is usually filed under the heading of “insupportability,” which denotes irreconcilable differences.
In Texas, fault-based grounds consist of:


  • Separation lasting three years or more without cohabitation
  • Three or more years of inpatient mental health hospitalization with little chance of recovery
  • Inhumane treatment
  • Deliberate abandonment lasting a year or longer
  • Found guilty of a crime
  • Confirmed infidelity


Contested vs. Uncontested Divorce in Texas

Court intervention is necessary in contentious divorces because the divorcing parties cannot agree on important matters such as property distribution, spousal support, child support, or custody. The Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC is able to effectively express your best interests while representing you in court.


Spouses decide together in an uncontested divorce, sometimes with the assistance of a mediator. The lawyers at the firm help clients decide on the terms of their divorce amicably and provide them clarity on what comes after. The company also provides post-divorce services, such as updating a pre-existing divorce judgment.


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Contact us today to get the legal help you need:

Headquarters: 3707 Cypress Creek Parkway Suite 400, Houston, TX 77068

Phone: 1-866-878-1005

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