With 25+ years experience practicing law in the Conroe, TX area, Attorney William Harrison is adept at handling even the most difficult contested and noncontested divorce cases for Texas residents. We are committed to helping our clients through the emotionally charged and complicated process of obtaining a separation and divorce in an economical and effective manner. Please feel free to give us a call at 936-828-3898 to speak with our experienced family law and divorce lawyer.
The very thought of divorce can cause a wide range of emotions - you need someone you can trust to fight for your family's best interests. Attorney William Harrison has years of experience with both contested and noncontested divorce cases, and helps parties file for divorce on the grounds of:
Our firm also handles divorce-related matters, such as:
It can be very difficult to go through a divorce. The process can be confusing and very emotional, to say the least. It is important to work with someone that knows the law and has your best interests in mind. We work hard to ensure you receive fair treatment and just compensation during your divorce proceedings.
There are two types of divorce in Texas courts: noncontested and contested divorce. It is important for you to know the type of divorce proceedings you are about to partake in before getting started - read on to learn about the differences between the two.
Noncontested: This is the best option for both parties. While it does not mean both parties agree to or want a divorce, noncontested divorces are the most economical and amicable type of divorce, because it means both parties are able to agree to the terms of the divorce. Noncontested divorces are applicable to couples that agree to get a divorce and have reached an agreement with regards to:
If you and your partner have not reached an agreement but believe one is possible, we are able to provide mediation services, keeping the focus on finding the best solution for you and your children.
Contested: When one or both parties cannot agree on the above mentioned factors, the divorce is considered contested. If both parties cannot agree on all terms of the divorce settlement, mediation may be necessary. There are, however, times when compromise and amicable negotiation are unrealistic; in these situations, it may be necessary to take the divorce to court.
Regardless of if your divorce is noncontested or contested, rest assured our firm will be with you every step of the way. Reach out to us today to discuss your family's unique situation. We're here to help.