Divorce and Annulment
Dedicated Belton, Temple, Killeen & Bell County, Texas, Divorce Lawyers
If you’re considering filing for divorce, there are many factors to bear in mind. Divorce involves emotionally charged issues, and consequently most divorce proceedings are contentious and emotionally draining. Many people fail to think of everything that needs consideration when they contemplate divorce. Having an experienced divorce attorney can help ensure everything is thought of, weighed, and considered.
At the Pearson Law Firm, we have significant experience representing clients in divorce cases. Our experience includes: contested divorces, uncontested divorces, military divorces, temporary restraining orders, protective orders, temporary injunctions, interim child support, spousal support (alimony), division of property, business evaluations and divisions, name changes, annulments, and temporary orders.
If you’re a member of the armed services or married to a service member, you need to be aware of issues unique to military divorces. For instance, a federal statute authorizes active service members to delay a divorce proceeding in some situations. In addition, military pensions, alimony and child support are subject to specific rules not applicable in civilian divorces. Whether, and to what extent, a service member’s spouse is entitled to part of the pension depends on many factors. Most divorce lawyers aren’t familiar with these issues.
And don’t forget there are military regulations which come into play when you are separated from your spouse. You may not understand how those military regulations are affecting by a court order which conflicts, but the attorneys at the Pearson Law Firm do.
As a former captain in the U.S. Army Reserve, attorney Michael Miller is familiar with the special rules unique to military divorces, and attorney Joshua Pearson grew up with a father in the Army who served for more than 26 years. These two attorneys understand military matters and how they apply to you and your family.
Our Focus is on Your Needs
Undertaking or responding to legal action can be stressful. We will do whatever we can to reduce the stress. We will listen to your concerns and answer all your questions. We will describe all your options so you can make informed decisions. We will explain the legal process so you will know what to expect. We will update you on the status of your matter so you will know where things stand and what the next steps are. And most of all, we will be available to discuss your concerns and keep you informed every step along the way.
To learn more about your divorce rights and options, contact our office at (254) 939-3995. You will be glad you did!