Warmbrodt & Associates
Board Certified | Texas Board of Legal Specialization
Warmbrodt & Associates
Board Certified | Texas Board of Legal Specialization
Toll Free: 800-611-2638
Phone: 972-509-2725

Your Trusted Family Law Resource

Divorce Agreements Through Negotiation And Litigation

Warmbrodt & Associates is a successful Allen and Plano, Texas, family law firm helping develop and implement legally sound divorce agreements after the decision is made to dissolve a marriage or domestic partnership:

Alternative Dispute Resolution (Out-Of-Court Solutions)

Our philosophy is based on settlement agreements that are fair, legally sound and consistent with our clients’ legal goals. We are firm advocates for negotiated divorce settlements that avoid costly and protracted litigation through:

  • Mediation — Use of an experienced mediator and without a trial.
  • Collaborative law — A legally binding agreement to resolve issues without the intervention of the courts.

People get divorced because they cannot get along and no longer want to live together or be in a relationship. It would be disingenuous to say that the divorce process is not difficult, as one party or the other may act punitively against the other for perceived injuries incurred during the marriage.

At the Allen and Plano, Texas, offices of Warmbrodt & Associates, our Texas divorce lawyers are sensitive to these highly emotional and contentious issues. We work closely with our clients, in the hopes that they will be able to make informed decisions that are always in their best interests.

Uncontested Divorce

Even if your divorce is “uncontested,” you will still need an experienced Texas family law attorney to review your agreement, draft the proper documents and finalize them correctly with the courts. This is especially true when children are involved, as you will want to make sure that your agreement is flexible to account for changing life circumstances like remarriage or relocation.

“Community Property”

“Community Property” in Texas is a sometimes-confusing notion related to assets acquired during the marriage, which must be equitably divided upon divorce. While Texas law has specific statutes related to the equitable distribution of assets, the very definition of “assets” and their value is frequently open to interpretation, causing lengthy and expensive court battles.

Your Questions Answered: Contact Us

If you have questions about a pending Texas divorce, contact a skilled Texas divorce lawyer today at Warmbrodt & Associates for a free initial consultation, sound legal advice and peace of mind.