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Fort Worth Divorce Attorney Helps Navigate The Divorce Process

Everyone has heard horror stories about divorces that drag on for years with spouses constantly at battle, both inside and outside the courtroom. The key to preventing your divorce from becoming another one of those horror stories is to select an attorney who is prepared to handle whatever complex issues may arise as your divorce unfolds.

At the Law Office of Kyle Whitaker, we come to divorce and family law cases with more than 20 years of experience. Our knowledge runs deeper than the common issues that come up in all cases: property division, alimony, child custody and child support. We understand how to navigate these, but we are also well-versed in the more challenging issues that are often layered on top of these issues. Is there a family business? Are there rental or vacation properties? Is one spouse in the military? Have there been allegations of parental alienation or domestic abuse? Does the case cross state or international borders? Whatever twist or turn your case may take, you can be confident that we will help you navigate through it.

What Will Your Life Look Like After The Divorce?

It is easy to get overwhelmed by what is happening right now. These are emotional cases, and anger is often a driving factor. Our attorneys understand the emotions involved, but we strive to help you see past them. We will spend time talking to you about your case. During these discussions, we will not only talk about what led to the divorce and what is happening now, but what you would like to happen in the future. Divorce is not just about resolving the disputes at hand, but also positioning you for a future you can be happy with.

Uncontested And Contested Divorce

We handle both uncontested and contested divorce cases. An uncontested divorce is one in which both spouses have reached agreements on all of the issues. Often, people think they have an uncontested divorce, but upon review by our lawyers, it is revealed that the case is actually contested because there are still disputes that need to be resolved. A contested divorce is one in which there are disputes to work through.

Through negotiation, mediation or trial, we will pursue the outcome that meets your needs and is in the best interest of your child or children. We will stand by your side from start to finish.

Learn More About Our Divorce Representation

Call 817-332-7703 or send an email to learn more about how our Fort Worth & Southlake, Texas, law offices can help you get through the divorce process.