San Antonio Divorce Lawyers and Attorneys
Collaborative Divorce Offers a No-Court Alternative
If your marriage is ending, you may feel overwhelmed. Collaborative Divorce is a structured process that provides an alternative to court. The Collaborative choice offers you the opportunity to focus on what is important to you, your family and your future.
Couples facing separation and divorce encounter many challenges — especially when children are involved. Parents must resolve important issues with significant thought to the after-effects. Collaborative Divorce provides a positive context in which to deal with these concerns without resorting to litigation. By establishing an open, cooperative environment, parties and their counsel can work toward a settlement that benefits everyone.
San Antonio Divorce Lawyer – Child Custody – Child Support Property Settlement Attorney – Spousal Support – Divorce and Property Settlements
Bray, Chappell & Patterson attorneys offer superior experience when it means the most. We understand what you’re going through when faced with a divorce. There are child custody issues, child support and visitation issues, and property division issues to be resolved. With our help there is a high probability of resolving these issues and avoiding having the court impose it’s decisions on you.
Wherever you are, whatever your situation.
Divorce property settlements can often be contentious. Our attorneys have the skills to sort through financial matters and mediate a fair divorce settlement. We encourage you to talk to us about your particular situation.
If your divorce matter needs to be handled in Texas, but one of the parties lives out-of-state or out of the country, we have the experience to handle civilian and military long-distance divorces.
Our Texas divorce law firm also represents officers and enlisted personnel at Randolph Air Force Base, Lackland Air Force Base, Brooke Army Medical Center, and military installations around the world.
For more information about divorce, contact our office to speak with a qualified attorney.
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