Divorce Lawyer Serving Pearland, TX
Filing for divorce in Pearland? Call (281) 410-5780 for professional counsel.
When you are planning to divorce, your first step is find the best Pearland
divorce lawyer you can afford. How do you know which law firm will do
the best job for you? One way to evaluate law firms is to look for ratings
and reviews. At my firm, Dennis M. Slate, Attorney at Law, I am proud
to have been listed in Texas Super Lawyers Rising Stars, as well as having
been named in Top Lawyer 2013 by
Magazine. I have a 10.0 Superb rating from Avvo.
Work with a Highly Respected Divorce Law Firm
I am proud to have these recognitions, but what drives me is getting results
for those I serve. As a former U.S. Army Major, with 20 years in service,
I gained a great deal of knowledge and ability to get a tough job done
under almost impossible conditions, and I bring these skills to the table
in every case I take on. If you are getting divorced in Pearland, I invite
you to contact my firm. I offer the highest level of professional counsel,
as you may expect from an expensive downtown law firm, but at far less
cost to you.
My firm provides a range of legal services, including the following:
Family law issues, whether divorce or other matter, are extremely important,
and as individual as the people involved. In order to achieve a positive
outcome, it is necessary to prepare carefully. All of my cases are given
my full focus and attention, and my 18 years of experience allows me to
have a real understanding of how the court views these matters, and present
evidence, witnesses and testimony that are compelling and more likely
to get the result you are hoping for.
When the marital property must be divided, the rules in Texas is somewhat
of a grey area. The court will divide property on what is deemed to be
"just and right." This concept is applied to each marriage dissolution,
and there are many ways the final settlement can be arranged. I don't
want my clients to sacrifice any assets needlessly. I want them to be
able to keep a fair share. If you went into the marriage with separate
property and this is in contention, it will be necessary to prove that
this property is separate.
The court will evaluate many issues to come to a decision, including the
ages of each person, the education level and ability to earn a living,
the health of each party, which party will have physical custody of the
children, and future employability, as well as the standard of living
enjoyed over the duration of the marriage. Business interests must be
valued; if one party suspects there are hidden assets, these assets must
be traced and found. At my firm, I have done it all, and I can help you
get your divorce on the right track and increase your chances of a fair
Contact my firm to discuss your divorce or other family law matter.