Spring's Uncontested Divorce Attorney
Guiding You Through Uncontested Divorce in Texas
Divorce does not have to be a battle. Uncontested divorce is a cost-effective and amicable option for people in Texas who are able to come to an agreement on key issues such as property division, possession and access, and child custody.
At Amy Thomas Perez Law Firm PC, we will guide you through the uncontested divorce process. Our firm's attorney Amy Thomas Perez has more than 20 years of experience in family law, including serving as an Associate Judge in the 507th Judicial District Court of Harris County, Texas. Mrs. Thomas Perez takes a common-sense approach to family law disputes, helping her clients work through the emotions and focus on the facts. This helps her clients avoid protracted and costly court battles.
Experienced Family Law Representation
Even when spouses are able to come to an agreement on all of the issues in their divorce, there are still complex legal procedures that must be followed correctly. Our experienced Spring uncontested divorce lawyer can review the terms of your agreement and help you draft the necessary documents to ensure you get the outcome you are seeking.
We will guide you through every step of your uncontested divorce, including all issues relating to:
- Property Division
- Child Custody
- Child Support
- Alimony and Spousal Maintenance/Spousal Support
We will help with all of your property issues, including identifying community and separate property, properly valuing and characterizing your assets and ensuring that your division is just and right.
If you and your spouse are in agreement about child custody, it may be tempting to draft your own visitation and possession order. However, if done incorrectly, you may be exposing yourself to future litigation. This is a complex area of law best left to an attorney. We will draft an order that ensures you achieve your child custody and visitation goals.
Amy will review your child support agreement to ensure that it complies with Texas guidelines.
We will help you determine how much alimony you are entitled to receive or will be required to pay.
If there are any outstanding issues in your divorce, Mrs. Perez will help you use alternative dispute resolution techniques such as mediation or collaborative law to resolve them quickly and cost-effectively. As an experienced and tenacious litigator, you can rest assured that she is prepared to represent you in the courtroom if necessary.