Divorcing during the COVID-19 pandemic may feel overwhelming, but it can be done with our McAllen divorce lawyers. Before jumping straight into the process, it’s important to know about the most common concerns that come up about divorce. Check them out below, keep them in mind, and be sure to reach out to us for any questions.
How Can a Divorce Lawyer Help Me?
Our McAllen divorce lawyers are fully capable of explaining the process to you in an easy and constructive way. Your rights and options will be explored as well as your parental rights. We can help you if:
- You require alimony.
- Your child has physical or mental disabilities.
- You need help settling an ownership dispute concerning a home, business, or other property with a spouse.
Can I Divorce in Texas if I Married in Another State?
If you were married in another state, then yes, you can file for divorce in Texas. However, some stipulations must first be met. First, your marriage must be valid in the state you married in. Second, you or your spouse need to have lived in Texas for at least six months, as well as the county where you are filing for divorce for at least 90 days.
Can My Spouse Pay for My Lawyer’s Services?
Yes, your spouse can pay for your lawyer’s fees. However, you’ll have to make a request to a judge for a stipulation called “interim attorney’s fees.” Your request can be granted if:
- You are unable to hire an attorney.
- Your spouse has a higher level of income than you do.
Our Divorce Lawyers Are Ready to Help You
Our McAllen lawyers can help with filings and act as your legal representation. Contact us today for a free consultation.