No two divorce cases are the same. Each individual case will have its own set of facts, and a couple coming into the situation from various walks of life. There are a variety of assets at stake, and differences in relationships between parents and children. However, many divorce cases have the same types of issues that need to be addressed: child custody and support, property division and alimony, among others. What factors will affect these issues in divorce cases?
In many divorce cases in Texas, the couple is able to agree to the appropriate resolution of many of the issues in the case. Issues involving the children, for example, can be addressed appropriately if both parties agree to what is best for their children. Property division could be resolved out-of-court as well, if the couple is willing to think through their various assets and agree to a split that is fair.
But, one of the big "X factors" in any divorce case is the emotions that are involved. After all, the decision to get divorced in the first place can be a metaphorical gut-punch for anyone, particularly if they did not see the decision coming. But, even for couples who have been at-odds with each other for years, the ultimate decision to end the marriage can be difficult, and the ensuing emotions can be hard to handle.
At our law firm, we do our best to help Texas residents who are balancing a variety of factors in their divorce cases. What works for one couple might not work for another. For more information about how our law firm might be able to help, please visit the divorce section of our website.