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Collin County Uncontested Divorce Attorney

Parker TX amicable divorce attorney

Lawyer For Amicable Divorce Resolutions in Plano, TX and Surrounding Areas

Getting a divorce is rarely easy, but in Texas, divorcing couples often have the ability to control how difficult the process will be. Some divorce cases are hotly contested or involve serious issues that can only be resolved through litigation in court, but other cases are much more amicable. If you and your spouse are on fairly good terms, you may be able to end your marriage through an uncontested or agreed divorce.

Whatever method you choose for resolving your divorce, the Law Office of Brian Bagley can help. We have 10 years of family and divorce law experience, and in an uncontested divorce case, we can help you complete all of the required steps and finish the process as efficiently as possible. We will also be sure that your resolution protects your interests and does not overlook any important details that could harm you in the future.

Pursuing an Agreed Divorce or "Uncontested" Divorce in Texas

Many couples seek to have their marriage dissolved through an Uncontested or Agreed Divorce. This option is available to couples who share dependent children and substantial assets, as well as those who want spousal support to be part of the resolution. An Agreed Divorce or Uncontested Divorce can also include child custody and child support orders. If you and your spouse can reach an agreement on all outstanding issues, including custody, support, and property division, this might be a good route to choose. If there are only a few things that need to be worked out, you may be able to complete an agreed divorce through negotiation with the guidance of your attorney, or through an alternative dispute resolution method such as mediation.

No matter how amicable or friendly your situation might be, it is always a good idea to work closely with a qualified divorce lawyer as you go through the process of divorce. Good intentions and efficient communication with your spouse are certainly helpful, but it is far too easy to overlook an important legal detail or to make a mistake along the way that could have significant effects on your financial situation or parenting arrangements. Even if you are able to work out all of the logistics of the divorce with your spouse, you should at least have your settlement agreement reviewed by your attorney before you present it to the court for approval. By doing so, you can address any possible concerns before they become much larger problems in the future.

Contact a Dallas County Agreed Divorce Lawyer

We can work with you to resolve your divorce while keeping the process amicable and minimizing the court's involvement. We want to hear your story so that we can give you the best possible service. Contact our office at 972-422-2424 today to request a free consultation. We represent clients in Dallas County, Collin County, Tarrant County, and Denton County, including Wylie, Plano, Parker, Lucas, Sachse, Murphy, and the surrounding areas.

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