For the initial consultation, what should I bring with me?
Since matters of family law can be very stressful, it is a good idea to write down any questions you have and bring them to the first meeting with you so that nothing significant is forgotten. If available such as federal income tax returns, or documents relating to your assets and debts – you may also want to bring any documents relevant to your case. If, prior to or during your marriage, you have signed a pre-marital agreement or any other kind of property agreement, bring a copy to the consultation.If you’re looking for more tips, https://www.familylawattorneymesaaz.net/what-happens-to-a-family-business-in-a-divorce has it for you.
A divorce attorney should be retained as soon as possible so that they can provide legal advice regarding what has been requested and any scheduled hearings. Your divorce attorney will file a response on your behalf once it is retained. My spouse and I just wanted to hire one of our divorce attorneys. Would that be possible? One attorney in Texas may not be representing both spouses. Nor may the divorce attorney retained by one spouse provide the opposing party with legal advice. Do some research to find out whether one attorney allows representation from your state.
I understand that for my divorce, I have to go through mediation. Hey, is that true?
Mediation is required in Travis, Williamson and Hays Counties before a final hearing will be held in a case involving family law. A trained, neutral third-party acts as a facilitator for the settlement discussions between the parties and their respective lawyers during mediation. If, during the mediation process, an agreement cannot be reached, the parties may decide to resolve their problems through litigation. How long is it going to take for a divorce to happen?