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Divorce

Our legal services help you move forward with the divorce process with clarity and confidence.

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Strategic Divorce Lawyer in
Houston, Texas

Are you facing a difficult and uncertain divorce? The Law Office of Brad Medland is here to help you navigate the legal complexities and emotional challenges of divorce. With years of experience and a proven track record of success, our skilled legal team has the knowledge and resources necessary to protect your rights and interests throughout the divorce process.

Get Help Navigating All Aspects of Divorce

Whether you need help with property division, child custody, or any other aspect of your divorce, we fight for you and advocate to achieve the best possible outcome. You don’t have to go through a divorce alone. Let our legal team lighten the burden and manage your entire case from start to finish.

We Handle All Types of Divorce Cases

We have the experience, legal team, and resources necessary to take on a wide range of divorce cases across the Greater Houston, Texas area.

Frequently Asked Questions About Divorce

In Texas, a divorce may be granted on the grounds of non-support, cruelty, adultery, conviction of a felony, abandonment, living apart for at least three years, or confinement in a mental hospital.
Texas is a community property state, which means that property acquired during the marriage is generally divided equally between the spouses in a divorce.
The length of time it takes to get a divorce in Texas can vary depending on the complexity of the case and the level of conflict between the parties. In general, an uncontested divorce can take as little as 60 days, while a contested divorce may take several months or even years.
While it is possible to represent yourself in a divorce case in Texas, it is generally recommended to seek the guidance and representation of an experienced divorce attorney to ensure your rights and interests are protected throughout the process.

Frequently Asked Questions About Divorce

In Texas, a divorce may be granted on the grounds of non-support, cruelty, adultery, conviction of a felony, abandonment, living apart for at least three years, or confinement in a mental hospital.
Texas is a community property state, which means that property acquired during the marriage is generally divided equally between the spouses in a divorce.
The length of time it takes to get a divorce in Texas can vary depending on the complexity of the case and the level of conflict between the parties. In general, an uncontested divorce can take as little as 60 days, while a contested divorce may take several months or even years.
While it is possible to represent yourself in a divorce case in Texas, it is generally recommended to seek the guidance and representation of an experienced divorce attorney to ensure your rights and interests are protected throughout the process.

Contact Us Today for Divorce Consultation

If you need a divorce attorney in the Houston, Texas area, contact The Law Office of Brad Medland today to schedule a free consultation. Let us help you fight for the settlement you deserve so that you can finally move on.

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