- Post Nuptial Agreements
- Grandparent and Stepparent Rights
- When Can Spousal Support Be Awarded?
- How Long is Spousal Support Awarded?
- Advantages of Collaborative Divorce
- Property Division in Divorce
- Protection of Non-Marital Property
- How Child Support is Determined
- Legal Help with Adoption
- When are Prenuptial Agreements Needed?
- When are Postnuptial Agreements Needed?
- Modification of Child Support
- Modification of Child Custody or Visitation
The dissolution of a marriage can be emotionally exhausting and legally complex, even if you expect your divorce to be free of disputes and litigation. It is critical to retain experienced legal representation from a family law attorney with a proven track record.
At the law firm of Keathley & Keathley in Corsicana, Texas, we are committed to protecting our clients’ rights and putting them in the best possible position to begin their post-divorce lives. That means advocating aggressively in matters regarding child custody and visitation, child support, property division and a host of other issues that arise during divorce.
We have served the residents of Corsicana and neighboring communities for more than 18 years. We are strongly tied to this community and its residents. We instill this sense of commitment in our daily interactions with clients.
We also assist individuals who are already divorced with modifications to original divorce decrees, enforcement of orders, a request to move away with a child, stepparent adoption and more.
Our Corsicana Divorce Lawyers Help You Shape Your Future
Many of the individuals who seek our assistance are in “crisis mode” when we first meet. They are looking for both immediate and long-term relief from marital troubles.
We begin by fully reviewing an individual’s situation and clarifying key objectives regarding his or her divorce. For example, a parent of young children may be focused on gaining custody, while someone whose children are grown may be concerned about how the significant marital assets will be divided.
The courts in Navarro County require couples seeking divorce to complete mediation first. We help our clients reach agreement on as many issues as possible during this phase. By doing so, you and your spouse keep more control over the framework of your post-divorce life rather than leave these critical decisions to a family court judge.
If agreements cannot be reached through negotiations, however, we are always prepared to advocate aggressively on your behalf in court to protect your rights.
We welcome the opportunity to answer your questions during your initial consultation. We will assess the facts of your case, help you establish realistic objectives and recommend the best steps to take. Call 903-257-3948 or email us to schedule a meeting.