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Hurst Divorce Attorney

Bedford divorce attorney for property division and spousal support

Tarrant County Divorce Lawyer for Contested and Uncontested Cases and Complex Financial and Property Issues

Going through a divorce can be stressful and emotionally painful, but you do not have to face this difficult time on your own. Even though the end of your marriage may involve a variety of difficulties as you make necessary adjustments to your life and finances, you can take steps to protect yourself and ensure that you will be able to move on once your divorce is complete. By understanding the legal issues that you will need to address and the laws that affect you, your spouse, and your children, you can make decisions that will provide for your needs going forward. With the help of an experienced family law attorney, you can prepare for the divorce process, work to resolve any disputes you encounter, and dissolve your marriage successfully.

At Daniel R. Bacalis, P.C., we have been helping people resolve their family law problems for almost 40 years. Attorney Daniel Bacalis is committed to providing his clients with proactive representation designed to help them make a successful transition to life after divorce. He provides them with information about how to get ready for divorce, what they should expect in court, how misbehavior by a spouse may affect the outcome of a divorce, and more. He can answer frequently asked questions about divorce, as well as any other questions that you may have about how to achieve your goals during the divorce process.

Legal Help With All Aspects of Divorce

As an attorney who is board certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, Mr. Bacalis can help address multiple types of legal, financial, and practical issues that may arise during a divorce. He can assist with:

  • Uncontested divorce in which spouses agree on the terms of a divorce settlement without the need for litigation.
  • Contested divorce that requires issues to be resolved in court.
  • Military divorce, which may present unique challenges related to lengthy deployments, child custody, and military pensions.
  • Complex divorce cases that may involve high levels of conflict, misbehavior by a spouse, or situations in which a couple wishes to maintain confidentiality.
  • Representation in a mediated divorce to help a person protect their rights and interests while working together with their spouse to negotiate a settlement.
  • Assistance with the division of marital property, including addressing complex property issues, business interests, and ownership of the family home.
  • Guidance on whether alimony/spousal maintenance will be appropriate, and if so, addressing the amount and duration of support payments.
  • Child custody for divorcing parents, including determining whether sole or joint custody will be appropriate, helping create workable visitation schedules, and resolving disputes about parents' rights and responsibilities.
  • Establishing child support orders to ensure that parents will provide for their children's ongoing needs.
  • Determining how a couple's pre- or post-nuptial agreement will affect the divorce process.
  • Assisting with post-judgment enforcement or modification of divorce orders, including requesting modifications based on changes in circumstances or helping a person take action to require the other party to meet their court-ordered obligations.
  • Helping spouses address domestic violence during the divorce process, including assisting abuse victims in obtaining orders of protection or representing a person who has been accused of committing acts of violence or abuse.

Contact Our Fort Worth Divorce Lawyer

Regardless of the approach you plan to take during your divorce or the complexity of the issues that you will need to address, it is crucial to have a strong attorney on your side. Our firm can provide you with the guidance you need to get through this process successfully, and we will help you take the right steps to resolve your disputes effectively. To arrange a complimentary consultation and learn how we can help with your case, contact us at 817-498-4105. We represent clients in divorce cases in Hurst, Tarrant County, Southlake, Euless, Denton County, Watauga, Grapevine, Bedford, and Parker County.

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