Comal County Family Law Attorneys
Comal County Family Law Attorneys
OUR TEXAS FIRM HANDLES LEGAL MATTERS IN THE AREAS OF FAMILY LAW, DIVORCE & CHILD CUSTODY.
Family law is complex – a divorce can involve several different areas of family law. A divorce, for example, may also incorporate child custody, child support, spousal support, division of property, and restraining and protective orders. Signing agreements between two spouses or former spouses can include negotiation, meeting filing deadlines, or gathering the correct documentation.
If you are dealing with a family law case in Comal County, our Comal County family law attorneys hep keep disputes between the spouses and parents from becoming overwhelming. At Soyars & Morgan Law, our Comal County family law attorneys are committed to providing you with more than a reliable service. We treat your case as if it involved our own families. Soyars & Morgan Law is a respected law firm advocating for clients in family law, divorce, and child custody cases. Based in San Antonio, we are familiar with the courts throughout Texas. Our Comal County family law attorneys are focused on your best interests and success. With over 30 years of combined experience, we have the necessary skills to help you resolve your legal problems.
Soyars & Morgan Law, P.C. has a thorough understanding of Texas Law. Our Comal County family law attorneys work hard to help you get the best possible results in the following practice areas:
Changes in your family structure pose many challenges. Whether you are pursuing adoption, experiencing marital conflict, or facing another issue close to home, you need a Comal County family law attorney who can help you find solutions to your legal problems. We answer all of your questions as we guide you through your Family Law matters.
Choosing to dissolve your marriage can be stressful and overwhelming. There are many decisions you have to make. During your divorce, you need an experienced family law attorney to advocate for the best interests of you and your family. Our Comal County family law attorneys are dedicated to helping you through the divorce process. Contact us to set up your strategy session today! Learn more.
When you are going through a divorce, the well-being of your children is always a top priority. Our Comal County family law attorneys have significant experience in all aspects of child custody law. We are dedicated to protecting your right to raise your child in a healthy and safe environment. Learn more.
Meet Our Comal County Family Law Attorneys
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Comal County Family Law Attorneys FAQ’s
How long does the divorce process take in Texas?
The length of a divorce can vary from case to case depending on factors such as whether the parties are in agreement on all issues and whether the case involves complex property issues. However, there is a standard 60-day waiting period in all cases from the date the divorce is filed with the county clerk until the date a court can grant the divorce.
Does Texas have legal separation?
No. There is no such thing as legal separation in Texas, which means you can only file for divorce. It is possible to ask for temporary orders to be put into place while the divorce is pending. However, all monies earned or due during the pendency of the divorce are still subject to equitable division between the spouses. Learn more.
Is it a good idea to date while the divorce is pending?
No, it is not a good idea to date before the divorce is granted. Oftentimes, dating complicates the situation and causes the other spouse to be more difficult to deal with than he or she would be otherwise. It can also be confusing and difficult on the children involved when a parent begins dating someone new before the divorce is final. Courts can also take into consideration adultery and other grounds for fault in determining how to equitably divide the community property.
How much child support will I (or my spouse) have to pay?
Child support is determined almost entirely by a chart and formula that the Texas Legislature has established. Generally, if you have two children for whom you are paying support, you will have to pay 25 percent of your net resources (that is gross income less deductions for taxes and for union dues or health insurance costs for the children) for child support.
What is wage withholding?
In any proceeding in which child support payments are ordered, the court may order that income be withheld from the disposable earnings (out of their paychecks) of the person who is obliged to pay child support.
May I receive alimony?
Texas courts are not authorized to award alimony. Alimony is only available through a contractual agreement between the spouses and cannot be enforced through contempt should one spouse fail/refuse to pay the other spouse. However, the Texas courts can award spousal support and temporary spousal maintenance.
What will the visitation schedule be like?
Texas courts tend to award the Texas standard possession schedule or extended standard possession schedule unless the parents can agree on an alternative possession schedule or have created a pattern/routine for the children through an established pre-existing schedule.
Do I need a specific cause to file for divorce?
Texas permits a “no-fault” divorce state, which means that you do not need a specific cause, such as adultery, abuse, or neglect, to file for divorce in Texas.
Why Soyars & Morgan Law?
- Direct access to your legal team. Our Comal County family law attorneys work hard to provide each client with prompt responses. You will have direct access to your team of family law attorneys so that you are able to get the answers that you need, when you need them.
- Transparency. Honesty and transparency are critical in building trust with your attorney. You will always know what is going on with your case every step of the way.
- Personalized approach. Our team understands that no two cases are the same. Your strategy will be tailored specifically to you and your family’s goals. Soyars & Morgan Law sees your case through from start to finish.
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When you retain the services of Soyars & Morgan Law, you can be assured that your Comal County family law attorney is fully qualified to take on your case. Let our Comal County family law attorneys work with you to address your legal concerns.