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Divorce Resources

Divorce can be confusing, taxing, expensive - and most important - emotionally draining on you and your family. The attorneys and staff of Sablatura & Williams want to do everything we can to make this life-changing transition as smooth as possible for you, all the while giving you assurances that we will do everything in our power to advocate your interests. One of the first steps in finding qualified and compassionate attorney is to become informed on divorce and family law.

Below are some excellent resources:

  • Texas District Courts - Divorces in Texas are filed in District Courts for the county where the party filing the divorce lives. While some district courts handle both civil and criminal cases (divorce being a civil matter), courts in more densely-populated areas may specialize in civil or criminal matters. Bexar, El Paso, and Travis counties all have some kind of free advice available for residents through the county.
  • Texas Domestic Violence Crisis and Support Resources - Contact information for Texas domestic violence shelters, crisis centers, safe houses, and violence prevention programs. Links to Texas Resources for legal aid, legal forms, Texas attorney general, law enforcement, child abuse, child support, social services, finding a lawyer, finding a counselor, and more.
  • Collaborative Law Institute of Texas - Provides information about the collaborative law process, a process by which couples end their marriage with attorneys, but without going to court. All matters are resolved in a less confrontational manner. CLI provides training for lawyers involved in this process and has a listing of collaborative law professionals in Texas.
  • Texas Mediation Services - Directory of mediators in Texas.
  • Texas Child Support Help-Office of the Attorney General - The official child support enforcement agency for the state of Texas, the Child Support Division may provide the following services, depending on the circumstances of each case: Locating a non-custodial parent; establishing paternity; establishing and enforcing child support orders; establishing and enforcing medical support orders; reviewing and adjusting child support payments; collecting and distributing child support payments.

If you have any further divorce questions it is best to asked a qualified attorney, call us today at (888) 364-9522.