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Bryan Texas Creative Divorce Solution Lawyer

Bryan, Texas Divorce Attorney Finding Creative Solutions for You

While many divorces are resolved through litigation, alternatives exist that still protect your rights and assets while allowing you to make vital decisions. You do not need to have a lawyer argue in front of a judge and await a verdict. Creative options exist that not only give you control, but also save you costly legal fees.

Why put such important personal matters in the hands of someone else? Retain an attorney who can help you take control with creative divorce solutions. Contact us at 979-779-9663.

Houston Property Division Attorney

While the term "creative" is normally not an attribute you would associate with an attorney, Wendy Wood, the founder of our law firm, helps her clients come up with unique and innovative divorce solutions. Those strategies allow for a balance between each spouse's interests while focusing on the best interests of the children. Litigation will invoke the Texas Family Code as to the division of assets. A judge will adhere to that code without regard to your individual needs and goals.

More creative solutions provide a reality check. You may be entitled to the family home. Yet, can you afford to pay for it? Cashing in a retirement account may yield immediate money. However, it also results in a huge tax burden that depletes the hard-earned savings. It is possible for you to secure half of an estate that is truly half of an estate.

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For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced lawyer regarding creative divorce solutions that involve Collaborative Divorce or mediation, please contact us.

"I proudly and efficiently handle all types of family law issues. Please feel free to contact me to discuss your family law questions and how my firm may help you resolve them."
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