Parker County Divorce Attorney

Experienced Divorce Lawyers Serving Parker County, TX

 

Reach out to the Law Firm of Bryan Fagan, PLLC at 469-484-7439 

 

If you’re navigating the complexities of a divorce in Parker County, turn to the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC for expert legal support. Our Parker County divorce attorneys are dedicated to making your divorce process as smooth and manageable as possible. With a firm focus on family law, accounting for 99% of our practice, we’re well-equipped with the specialized knowledge and strategies needed to handle all aspects of Texas family law effectively.

 

Recognizing that each divorce case is unique, we’re committed to offering personalized solutions. Whether your situation is best resolved through mediation for an amicable settlement, or if it escalates to a contested divorce requiring litigation, our skilled team in Parker County is prepared to provide the guidance and representation you need from start to finish.

Why Choose the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC:

  • Aggressive and Compassionate Advocacy: We combine strong legal representation with a compassionate understanding of your situation.
  • Experienced Representation: Our team brings years of specialized experience in divorce and family law to your case.
  • Strategic Solutions: Whether negotiating outside of court or representing you in front of a judge, we aim for the most favorable outcomes.
  • Personalized Advice: Our counsel is tailored to fit your unique circumstances and legal needs.
  • Dedicated Attention: We ensure direct engagement with your attorney, focusing on the specifics of your case.
  • A+ BBB® Rating: Reflecting our commitment to excellence and client satisfaction.

For a consultation with an experienced divorce attorney in Dallas, give us a call at 469-484-7439 or contact us online today! Let us help you navigate the legal aspects of your divorce with confidence and support.

 

Grounds for Divorce in Texas

Texas recognizes both no-fault and fault-based grounds for divorce. A no-fault divorce can be filed under the grounds of “insupportability,” indicating that the marriage has become untenable due to irreconcilable differences, without needing to prove fault.

 

Fault-based grounds for divorce include:

 

  • Continuous separation for at least three years
  • Confinement in a mental institution with little or no hope of recovery
  • Cruel or abusive treatment that renders further living together insupportable
  • Abandonment for a minimum of one year
  • Felony conviction and imprisonment
  • Adultery

 

Contested vs. Uncontested Divorce

In a contested divorce, spouses disagree on key issues like asset division, spousal support, and child custody, often requiring court intervention. At the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC, we’re ready to advocate for your interests in court, ensuring your voice is heard and your rights are protected. Whether your divorce is contested or uncontested, our experienced Parker County divorce attorneys are equipped to provide the robust support and representation you deserve.

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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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