Aggressive Protection Of Your Rights
The outcome of your divorce will impact your life for years, if not decades. The way in which your divorce is resolved will make a difference in the amount of time you spend with your children. It will also have a major impact on your finances. With everything that is at stake, you simply cannot afford to go through a divorce without an experienced family lawyer at your side.
A Listening Ear For Our Clients When They Need It Most
Attorney Myla Mayberry has more than 20 years of experience representing men and women throughout East Texas in divorce. When you come to our office in your initial consultation, we understand that you probably have a lot to talk about. We may ask some questions in order to fully understand your situation. We will then work to protect your rights in each area of your divorce, including:
- Child custody: For parents, child custody can be one of the biggest sources of disagreement in a divorce. We will look for a resolution that meets both your child’s needs and your needs.
- Property division: Texas courts will divide all marital property, that is, property acquired during the marriage, equitably. In most cases, equitable means that each party will get half of the marital estate, although this is not always the case.
- Child support: In Texas, child support is largely determined by a statutory formula. We can help you understand your rights, whether you will be paying child support or receiving it.
- Alimony: Texas courts will only grant alimony under certain circumstances. Our law firm represents spouses in both sides of this issue.
Our law firm has significant experience representing members of the U.S. armed forces. We are very familiar with the specific legal issues that are often involved in military divorces. We also offer a discount to members of the military.
Helping People With Post-Divorce Modifications
It is common for people to require a lawyer after the divorce has been finalized. For instance, as children grow, certain aspects of your child custody arrangements may no longer work for your situation. If you need to change any part of your child custody, child support or alimony arrangements, our law firm can help you.