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Contested & Uncontested Divorce

Contested and Uncontested Divorce in Texas

At Carter Morris, LLP, we handle exclusively divorce cases and other family law matters. Our goal is to provide the highest standard of legal service to meet the needs of our diverse client base. To assist clients with their legal needs, we handle both contested and uncontested divorce cases.

An uncontested divorce is one in which the husband and wife have resolved all issues and need an attorney to attend any required hearings or prepare necessary legal documents. As most parties to a divorce have at least some matters on which they disagree, most divorce cases are contested. However, within the range of contested divorce cases, there is a continuum from moderate disputes to highly-contested battles.

For clients who have areas of disagreement but wish to work together in a cooperative manner to avoid the cost and stress of the divorce litigation process, we also offer collaborative law services. Collaborative law is a relatively new process that stresses amicable resolution of conflicts. To learn more about our collaborative law services, feel free to visit our collaborative law page.

Zealous and Comprehensive Representation for Contested and Uncontested Divorce

Our experienced attorneys are skilled negotiators and litigators who actively pursue their client’s rights and interests. We leave no stone unturned to protect our client’s financial and parental rights. We handle all aspects of divorce and all matters related thereto, including mediations, hearings, negotiations, structured agreements, and trial.

If your divorce involves a custody or visitation dispute, you can rest assured knowing that our experienced custody attorneys will work diligently to put the needs of your children first while protecting your rights to custody, visitation, spousal or child support, and property division.

Contact Us

To speak with a lawyer about a contested divorce, uncontested divorce, or collaborative law divorce, call our Houston office at 713-626-3345. To contact an attorney by e-mail, contact us online.

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