I personally guarantee your case will get the attention it deserves. You will need an attorney by your side who can help you navigate through these difficult times with relative ease. In order to do this, your attorney must not only be well-versed in Texas family law and procedure but also have unparalleled skills both inside and outside of the courtroom. You want an attorney who is a tough negotiator, but also a fierce litigator in the courtroom.
We strive to utilize our experience and knowledge as legal professionals and provide you with the help that you need to get through this difficult time. We have helped our past clients reach satisfactory resolutions. Take a moment to read more about our areas of practice to determine how our firm can be of assistance to you and your family during this time of trial or hardship.
Being a Sugar Land Divorce Lawyer is more than just being a great litigator and knowing the law, it is also about knowing the local court system. Knowing each judge and how they operate can make the difference in how you present your case. At the Law Offices of Cody Moore, we take great pride in our relationships with the local judges and tailor our presentation likewise.
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Our family law and separation lawyers work very closely with our clients to help determine what is best for them, and if applicable, their children too. After evaluating your unique situation our lawyers will provide you with legal options, and with consideration of your personal situation, help you determine whether steps should be taken towards legal separation or divorce. Legal separation is different than divorce, and in order to determine which is best for our clients we consider numerous factors.
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How long does it take to finalize a divorce?
Divorce is never easy. Our Sugar Land Divorce Lawyers are here to help you through this difficult time. Under Texas law, there are certain issues that must be resolved before your divorce can be finalized, including child custody, support obligations, and property division. How long the process takes will generally depend on how you and your soon-to-be-ex-spouse can work together. In the event that both parties are amicable with the separation, the divorce can be finalized in as little as 60 to 90 days. However, if it is a contested divorce, it may last for a few months longer.
How much is Child Support if it is ordered?
Under Texas law, child support amounts are calculated based on income. To calculate child support, visit the Office of the Attorney General at https://csapps.oag.texas.gov/monthly-child-support-calculator or call our office for more details.
How is child support paid?
Child support is typically paid through the Office of the Attorney General. If you are required to pay child support or if you are the recipient of child support payments, you need an experienced attorney who knows how to navigate the tedious process and knows how to protect your rights.
How much will the divorce cost me?
Unfortunately, there is no good answer to this question. If both parties are amicable and the divorce process is mostly uncontested, it could cost as little as $1,500. However, if it will be a highly contested divorce process, there is no telling how much it could be. What you need is an attorney who you can trust to do the job as effectively and efficiently as possible - who knows the ropes of the local family courts. Cody Moore and his legal team strive to get what you deserve and do it as efficiently as possible.