What to Expect in Divorce Court
Most people facing a divorce are unfamiliar with the legal process. Many divorcing spouses are required to appear in court to work out details of the divorce decree. Knowing what to expect in divorce court can help spouses prepare for the challenges that lie ahead.
I am Fort Worth attorney Daniel Bacalis, and I have almost 40 years of experience in divorce and family law courts in North Texas. I can help you in all aspects of your divorce, from property division to child custody.
How your divorce will be finalized depends on the specific circumstances of your case. Your required court appearances may start with a temporary hearing. In the temporary hearing, the court will make determinations that will remain in effect until your divorce is finalized. Additional divorce court appearances may be required before a final divorce hearing. I can represent you in all of these, ensuring that your goals are effectively communicated and rights protected.
In some cases, a temporary hearing can avoid the need for additional court appearances. From the first hearing to the last, it is important to have counsel that is familiar with local divorce courts, and who can help you seek your desired result.
An Attorney Who Understands Local Divorce Courts
At Daniel R. Bacalis, P.C., I have nearly four decades of experience in family law. I am familiar with Tarrant County courts as well as those of the surrounding counties. I know how to communicate my clients’ strengths in court to seek the most favorable outcome. Most importantly, I focus 100 percent of my practice on family law, which prepares me to effectively represent clients in a variety of situations.