Divorce & Child Support

Divorce can be painful – but a new world of opportunities awaits you on the other side.

Knowing that a divorce or child support dispute can be one of the most difficult or trying times of a person’s life, we have a successful track record of helping clients through this process and handle your case with as little anxiety – and as much compassion – as possible.

The family law attorneys at Reeve Augustine Alarakhia, PLLC help with your divorce in Denton County, Collin County, Dallas County or Tarrant County by first filing a Petition for Dissolution of Marriage with the court.  Although a minimum of 60 days must pass from the time of filing for divorce in Texas until the court enters a decree dissolving the marriage, many divorces take a longer amount of time for full resolution.  In addition to helping our clients receive their fair share in the division of assets acquired during the marriage, we also advise our clients on matters such as protecting their personal credit and dividing joint debt such as credit cards, mortgages and car loans.

Child custody is oftentimes the most important factor to a divorcing couple, and rightly so. Every family situation is different, and Texas’ standard possession orders may not be the best fit for you and your children. Our compassionate divorce attorneys work for creative solutions beyond standard possession order if wanted by the parties, who want what is most comfortable for their children.  Read more here.

Child support comes into play when a divorce involves children and their needs from a financial perspective.  Child support and the needs of your family can change, as well as the income status of the parent who pays the monthly support.   Our Texas family law, divorce and child support lawyers also help parents who seek to modify, establish, or collect child support.

The primary goal for Texas courts in regard to a divorce or child support is to make all decisions with the children’s best interest as first priority.  We share the same conviction, and look forward to hearing how we can help you. Contact our office to learn more.