Austin Divorce Lawyer
Personal & Experienced Representation in Divorce
When it comes to family law, Sablatura & Williams PLLC often handles divorce cases in Austin and Round Rock. If you are looking to get a divorce in the state of Texas, our firm is the excellent choice for counsel and representation. Our attorneys are familiar with how Texas divorce works and are prepared to guide you through "Divorce 101." Numerous family law matters must be handled during the divorce and, unless you have a skilled Austin attorney by your side, you may not get the best possible results for your case. Our firm has extensive experience and is comprised of seasoned litigators. We are more than capable of bringing your case to a fair settlement or a satisfactory trial verdict in family court.
Contested vs. Uncontested Divorce
Texas recognizes two basic types of divorce. The first is an uncontested divorce, in which both parties are in agreement about getting a divorce, as well as every other area of their divorce. The two spouses can sit down out of court and come to their own divorce agreement that addresses issues of child custody, spousal support, and property division. They can then take their agreement before a judge to be approved and entered.
Contested divorce cases occur when one spouse does not want a divorce or when the two spouses cannot agree on any one area of their divorce. Contested divorce requires litigation and generally takes longer due to court scheduling and lengthy litigation. It also can result in several additional fees. The attorneys with Sablatura & Williams provide cost-effective representation and will do whatever they can to reduce the expenses for your contested divorce.
Child Custody & Support Cases in Texas
Child custody is one of the most important and most contested aspects of any divorce. When two parents decide to end their marriage, their children still deserve to have both parents involved in their lives. Parents can often come to their own agreements regarding custody, but other cases require litigation before a judge who makes decisions based on the child's best interests. If you are facing litigation over child custody or child support, our experienced trial lawyers can fight tirelessly to prove that the child's best interests will be met if you are granted custody or receive support.
Consult a divorce attorney in the Round Rock area today!
Sablatura & Williams proudly serves Austin, Round Rock, Williamson County, and all of Texas. No matter where you are in the state, we understand the laws and court procedures that your case involves. Speak with an Austin divorce lawyer from our firm during a free initial case evaluation so that you can learn exactly what we can do to handle your case. With our help, you can fight for fair division of your marital property, as well as for fair custody and support orders. Contact us today for more information!