WILLIAM B. DOONAN | ATTORNEY AT LAW
You need someone who is compassionate, aggressive and experienced in order to properly guide you through this unsettling time. Many clients feel much better after consulting with me about their situation. This is a time that can consist of many twists, turns and unknowns. However, this does not have to be the case. With an attorney who is board certified in family law, you will be guided in the right direction at every step. From assistance with property and custody matters to advice regarding your general situation, William Doonan is here for you as an advocate and as a guide. Don’t hesitate, don’t wander around in the dark. Call today and get on the right track.
Texas is a community property state. This means that presumptively all of the property held by either spouse belongs to the community estate (as opposed to the separate estate of each spouse). However, there are many exceptions to this classification. Unfortunately, I hear many of my clients and prospective clients say “I guess they’re just going to get half?” Fortunately, this is not necessarily true. I have prosecuted many divorces in which my client received far more than half of the division of the estate. Contact me today so that we can discuss your options for obtaining the most out of your divorce.
A contested divorce is exactly what its name sounds like. The parties have not come to an agreement regarding either the property of the marriage or the suit regarding the children, and therefore, the suit has to be litigated. Don’t go into the courtroom blind. Contact my office so that you get the benefit of thousands of hours of litigation experience.
It is a possibility that your divorce may be uncontested. In this situation the parties have come to a firm agreement regarding the children of the marriage and further regarding the marital assets and liabilities. It is still extremely important to get an attorney that knows what they’re doing. Drafting errors and omissions in divorce paperwork can be crucial and can further haunt you for years to come.
Did your ex-spouse hide property? Did you discover it after the divorce? There is a time limit for this situation. Contact my office today if this is the case. If you are in this boat then there are remedies under the Texas Family Code that were written specifically for you.