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?
Couples in Texas who make the decision to go through a divorce do not arrive at that decision lightly. After all, most married couples have poured years of their heart and emotions into the relationship, and the realization that they may be better off separated can be difficult to acknowledge. And, then, during the divorce, complications can arise if the soon-to-be ex-spouses have significant disagreements on the issues that need to be decided, such as alimony, child custody and support and property division.
There are probably many people throughout the country who believe that since divorce is such a common legal proceeding that it is an easy type of case to get through. However, as many divorces cases are contested, in most cases this is not true. Most divorces are more likely to involve complex issues for the couple to address, including property division, alimony and child support and custody issues, to name a few.