Skilled Divorce Representation For Men

You have worked hard for years, maybe even decades, to provide for your family and build an estate. You have sacrificed time, relaxation and activities with your children in order to provide the best possible life for your loved ones. Now that you are faced with divorce, who can you trust to work just as hard for you?

Laura Dale & Associates, P.C., is a full-service family law firm that provides men with skilled representation focused on protecting their rights and preserving their assets. Collectively, our attorneys have decades of experience and are equipped to handle even the most complex divorce and family law issues.

Our attorneys are ready to answer all of the questions you may have about divorce and the divorce process.

Will I lose half my business in a divorce? This does not have to happen. While Texas is a community property state, which means that marital assets will be divided, this may not mean you will lose your business. Even if it is determined that your business is community property, we will ask the court to leave the asset with you and work to obtain either an order or structured settlement that allows you to pay your judgment over time.

Will I have to provide spousal maintenance? If your marriage lasted for more than 10 years, you may have to provide spousal maintenance if your spouse does not have the resources to provide for her own "minimum reasonable needs." Our lawyers will fight for your rights and minimize your exposure to providing spousal maintenance.

Likewise, if you were not the primary breadwinner in your marriage, you may be eligible to receive spousal maintenance payments. We will fight for your right to maintenance and make sure that the marital estate's assets are properly valued so that you receive a fair share of the property and income going forward.

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For more answers to your divorce questions, contact us today to schedule a consultation with an experienced lawyer from our firm. We look forward to helping you protect your rights and your property so you can move forward with your life.