Fort Worth divorce attorney Adam Kielich helps clients with divorces in Dallas County, Tarrant County and surrounding areas. Divorce can be a frustrating, painful and stressful time whether your divorce is relatively simple or complicated. Hiring a Fort Worth divorce attorney can help make the process less painful. Allow the divorce attorney to deal with the legal issues to set you up for a brighter future. Fort Worth divorce attorney Adam Kielich will work with you to resolve custody and property issues.
Hiring a Fort Worth divorce attorney does not mean you are gearing up for conflict in your divorce. It only means you are aware you are not an expert in Texas family law, valuing property and designing custody arrangements in post-divorce families and you want professional help.
Tarrant County divorce lawyer Adam Kielich can help you with your divorce in Fort Worth, Dallas, Arlington, Hurst, Euless, Bedford and surrounding areas.
Your needs in a Dallas or Tarrant County divorce
Divorce is about more than just ending the marriage. It’s about arranging the future of the soon-to-be-ex-spouses and the children. The key issues to address in your marriage are:
Stability during the divorce process: While the divorce is ongoing there needs to be an arrangement to ensure the parents have access to the children and they are cared for. In a marital dissolution it is typically to seek temporary orders from the court for these purposes.
Dealing with assets and debts: You acquired property and debts during the divorce that are jointly owned by both spouses. Dividing this property is not just about cutting everything in half. There are meaningful ways to divide property to maximize the rights of each party and fairly divide liability for debts.
Custody and the co-parenting relationship: Your relationship with your children is important. As part of ending your marriage it is vital that you preserve access to your children. We have to consider what custodial arrangement is best for your children and your co-parenting relationship.
Financial support for your children: In the end you will need to think about the financial care for your children whether you are going to receive child support or pay child support. You need to ensure fair terms are established that will adequately provide for the wellbeing of your children.
Dealing with the emotional aspects: Your divorce will take an emotional toll on you and your children. It may have tough effects on your relationship with your children. These issues need to be dealt with for your own mental health and the welfare of your children. Although your divorce attorney will not take care of this need, by hiring a lawyer to care for your legal needs you can focus on your emotional needs.