Lawyers Protecting You During A Divorce
At the law firm of Patricia L. Brown & Associates, we look out for what is best for you and your children during divorce proceedings. We want you to work out the complex issues with your spouse at a mediation table, not in a courtroom, if at all possible.
If you are involved in a divorce, or if you are contemplating a divorce, call us to speak with our Round Rock divorce attorneys. We can be reached toll-free at 866-369-3211 or locally at 512-436-0826. You do not need to drive to Austin for experienced and quality legal representation.
Experienced Child Custody Attorneys
Emotions run high in a divorce when discussing child custody and support, marital assets, property settlement and alimony. It is vital to put emotions aside as much as possible, to make clear and rational decisions.
Our Collaborative Law Practice
Whether your divorce is a simple dissolution or a complex division of property and assets, we offer the practice of collaborative law. Negotiation promotes open communication. The collaborative process helps shield your children from any rancor between you and your spouse and facilitates positive relationships following the finalization of the divorce.
Do You And Your Spouse Agree On All Issues?
In an uncontested divorce, you and your spouse agree on all issues. Our Round Rock divorce attorneys can ensure your rights are protected as settlements are reached regarding property, finances, children and other important matters. We have designed our DivorceXpress and DivorceXpress Plus for just such circumstances.
Fighting For You In Divorce Litigation Matters
At the law firm of Patricia L. Brown & Associates, we recognize the need for tough and aggressive representation should litigation be necessary. We have resolved hundreds of cases through mediation and hundreds of cases through litigation. Mediation is only as effective as the willingness of the other side to come to the table. If negotiation methods have been exhausted, we will diligently and tenaciously advocate on your behalf in court.
There are six steps in the typical litigation divorce process. Depending upon a client’s unique circumstances, not all of these steps may be deployed:
- Initial filing of a divorce petition
- Notice to the opposing party
- Temporary order
- Final court hearing
We can also assist with modification of existing court orders, whether through mediation or before a judge, in the event that circumstances change.
Contact Our Child Custody Attorneys
For more information or to schedule an appointment regarding your divorce, please contact our Williamson County, Texas, child custody lawyers online or call 512-436-0826 or toll-free at 866-369-3211.