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Can you facilitate a successful divorce?

If you have carefully weighed each of your options before settling on divorcing your spouse, you may be questioning if your final decision is the right one. Fortunately, you can effectively faciliate a successful divorce in Texas if you are proactive about the way you get things done. 

Suggestions to prevent your divorce from being high-conflict

If your marriage is marred by disagreement, bitterness and unhappiness, you and your spouse may have considered a divorce. What you should remember is that divorce, while a viable solution, is often a process that requires emotional strength, humility and a resolve to remain courteous. If you do not incorporate those behaviors, your divorce can quickly become full of conflict and anger. At Fabio + Merrill, we understand the complexities of divorce proceedings in Texas.

Approaching divorce during retirement

Making the decision to file for a divorce can always be hard, but for some people it is especially difficult. For example, those who recently retired or plan on retiring in the near future may have even more uncertainty when it comes to ending their marriage. If you are facing these hurdles personally, you should go over the ins and outs of your unique situation and do what you can to prepare. Our law firm is well aware of how tricky these cases can be, whether you are worried about child support, the distribution of your marital property, spousal support, or other family law matters.

Can you still find happiness during a divorce?

If you and your spouse have recently made the decision to pursue a divorce in Texas, you may have begun to wonder if you will ever find happiness again. As you may have already experienced, divorce is often a long and often tumultuous process characterized by disagreements and sadness. However, you do not have to endure that type of experience if you shift your paradigm and take some proactive steps to stay happy.

Should you consider a post-nuptial agreement?

The sobering truth about marriage in Texas is that many of them end in divorce. If you are married and you did not have a prenuptial agreement, you may want to consider a postnuptial agreement. Even if your marriage is currently wonderful, this type of legal document can help to prevent issues in the future.

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