When going through a divorce, you are often forced to deal with a myriad of issues. One of the most difficult issues may be that of property division. You may have strong emotions tied to your property and assets, making it hard to determine who is entitled to what in the divorce settlement. Texas is a community property state, meaning all marital property is divided equally in half between spouses. Yet, it is important to know just what constitutes marital property, so you can be sure you get everything you are entitled to in the final divorce settlement.
Child custody is often one of the most contentious and difficult issues for Texas parents to work through in a divorce. It is not easy to decide what will happen to your children and make decisions that will affect the future of your relationship with them for years to come. You know your kids deserve to be happy and have stability, and for many Texas parents, this is why they choose to resolve custody issues out of court.
No one goes into a marriage anticipating a divorce, but sadly that becomes a reality for many Texas families. The biggest concern you may have is how to best divide the time your child or children will spend between parents. We here at Law Thompson, P.C. understand the many complexities you face when devising a schedule for child custody.