• Board-Certified Family Lawyer

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    Find out if you would benefit from an uncontested divorce.

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Handling Your Divorce Outside of Court

Pearland Divorce Lawyer for Out-Of-Court Settlements and Agreements

Taking a divorce to trial for a decision is always risky, stressful and can drag the process out for months, or even years, based upon the complexity of the case. There is nothing more uncomfortable than facing your former partner in court and engaging in a battle, with each party making accusations about the other. In many cases, it is far better to negotiate an agreement outside of court. The agreements reached outside of court are often better, and more equitable, and also more likely to be adhered to as both parties were involved, rather than engaging in a no-holds-barred battle. An uncontested divorce is the easiest way to end a marriage. It is faster, less expensive and often better for everyone concerned, including the children.

A Simple, Uncontested Divorce

Want a simple divorce, without the stress, anxiety and the expense of a trial? An uncontested divorce may be the right solution for you. The process can include negotiations between your Pearland divorce lawyer and the opposing attorney, with each matter brought to a conclusion and a final settlement arranged. There is no need for court appearances, or the need to expose your personal matters in open court. The agreement negotiated between the parties can vary widely, and there are a number of ways that assets and debts could be divided. You need the best deal you can get, and I know what it takes to apply the exact amount of pressure to help you to pursue your individual objectives.

Expensive Downtown Law Firm Quality at a Lower Price

Need a top quality Pearland divorce lawyer that has the skills you would usually expect to find in a big, expensive downtown law firm? Call my firm, Dennis M. Slate, Attorney at Law. I have achieved many notable victories in divorce cases, and my 18 years of experience has proven to be extremely valuable in getting an agreement in place, and wrapping up all the details in the divorce. Less stress and contention is better for everyone, and if you have children, this can help them move forward with the changes without as much suffering or possibility of permanent emotional damage. Parents involved in bitter divorce battles are tough on children. However, in some cases there is really no choice other than litigation, and if this is your situation, you can be confident that you have a top quality divorce litigator in your corner.

Call Dennis M. Slate, Attorney at Law for the highest quality legal counsel in divorce and family law in Pearland, TX.

  • Board-Certified Family Lawyer

    As a specialist, Dennis M. Slate is ready to advocate on your behalf!

    Learn More
  • Peaceful Divorce Resoultions

    Find out if you would benefit from an uncontested divorce.

    Get the Facts
  • Secure the Division of Your Property

    We have experience with complex property divisions.

    Secure Your Assets
  • Need Help? Reach Out to Our Firm Now.

    We are here to help. Tell us about your case today!

    Contact Us

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Dennis M. Slate, Attorney at Law
Pearland Divorce Attorney
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Pearland, TX 77584
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