We can help with all aspects of your divorce. Start by putting a board certified family law attorney on your side of the table. Then, we will look together at everything you need to consider when you are facing a divorce.
• What is best for the children?
• How should their time be divided?
• What assets do you need to keep control of?
• Will you stay in your home?
• Can you work out an agreement with your spouse?
• Can the situation be kept under control?
• What happens to a family-owned business?
• How can you protect separate property?
Bolton Law is led by a board certified family law attorney so we can help with your divorce by guiding you through these decisions from the beginning. Next, we will alert you to potential issues you may not be considering, so that we can help you make good decisions, early, about how to take care of your children and what assets you need to pursue. Even if the divorce is not your idea, you can take control of the situation by planning now for how your divorce should look at the end. We will help you with all aspects of your divorce.
If you and your spouse can reach an agreement on your own, that’s great. But have an attorney on your side before you make that agreement. You may not know what you are walking away from.
Ruby Bolton, Board Certified Family Law Attorney, Texas Board of Legal Specialization
Don’t try to work out an agreement until after you know what should be included in that agreement, and what the court will likely do if you don’t reach one. Having an attorney go through your case in detail with you before talking with your spouse can make reaching an agreement easier because you know what is at stake. We can help you reach a divorce agreement. At The Bolton Law Firm, you get the Woodland’s fiercest family law attorneys on your side from the very beginning. Our experienced attorneys will guide you through these decisions, and protect your interests both inside and out of the courtroom, every step of the way.
Although every divorce is unique, many concerns appear again and again. That is why the experience of your legal team makes a difference. The Bolton Law Firm specializes in divorce and family law. We can help with your divorce by ensuring that your children and your assets are protected.
We will help you with all aspects of your divorce.
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