Florence Divorce Lawyers
Compassionate Divorce Attorneys with Decades of Experience
No one enters a marriage expecting a divorce. However, divorce and separation can happen for any number of reasons, and not every case is the same. Different experiences, relationship history, children, professions, and goals add nuances to every relationship and, by extension, every divorce.
We understand that your situation is unique, which is why our attorneys work to provide personalized legal counsel to guide you through the divorce process. Our firm has helped thousands of clients in Florence and the surrounding area with their divorce cases, and we want to do the same for you.
If you need a divorce attorney, call the Law Office of Brett H. Pritchard at (254) 220-4225 today.
Common Causes of Divorce
While it’s true that every case is unique, there are contributing factors that appear more often than not. The National Institute for Health (NIH) published a study that evaluates why people file for divorce.
According to the study, the most common reasons for divorce are due to:
- Lack of commitment
- Too much conflict and fighting
- Marrying too young
- Financial issues
While these are the most common causes of divorce, your circumstances are unique to you, and there is no perfect formula or one-size-fits-all method of representation for ending a marriage. That’s why it is important to have the experience of a seasoned attorney on your side; someone who has worked on divorce cases of every nature, from high-net-worth to military divorce and everything in between. That’s exactly what you’ll get when you hire the Law Office of Brett H. Pritchard.
To date, our firm has handled thousands of cases. We understand that divorce is often the result of a combination of several factors that can make a case more complicated. Whether your divorce can be settled amicably, or it’s contested and requires courtroom intervention, we are here to support and guide you through the entire process.
Divorce in Texas
Thankfully, Texas is a no-fault state, which means you do not need to define the reason for your divorce. Essentially, the court wants to see that your marriage is insupportable. This means that whatever the reasons may be, your marriage cannot continue, and you need to pursue a future outside of marriage.
One or both spouses need to have lived in the state for at least six months and in the U.S. for 90 or more days. Divorce cases usually fall into two main categories based on whether the spouses agree to the divorce terms:
- If you and your spouse agree to your divorce and other factors like child support, spousal maintenance, etc., you will likely be able to continue with an uncontested divorce. Uncontested divorces usually take less time and money to settle and can be completed outside of court.
- On the other hand, if you and your spouse disagree on divorce terms, your case may need to proceed as a contested divorce. This can also happen in cases with a high-net-worth or domestic abuse. Contested divorces often require the court to rule on decisions pertaining to asset and property division, support and custody issues, and the like.
Whether your divorce is contested or uncontested, it is crucial that you contact our attorneys to help you through the process.
Guiding You Through the Divorce Process from Start to Finish
We understand that divorce is a stressful process that brings up many emotions, even in uncontested cases. That’s why we are dedicated to providing compassionate and confidential consultations to work through the details of your case.
Contact our Florence attorneys at the Law Office of Brett H. Pritchard for more information.
Brett H. PritchardOur lead lawyer, Brett H. Pritchard, is a graduate from Brigham Young University and Texas Tech University. Earning an exemplary reputation as an aggressive and formidable trial lawyer, Attorney Pritchard is ultimately passionate about protecting his clients' rights.
Andrew ThompsonIn 2016 Andrew was licensed to practice law in Texas and opened his own solo practice. His practice focused primarily on Child Protective Services and Criminal Law. Andrew has been working with the Law Office of Brett H. Pritchard since 2017. Andrew is passionate about fighting for his client’s rights and serving the military community.
Brent T. SykoraAttorney Brent T. Sykora has a wealth of experience in the legal realm, stemming firstly from his First Chair litigation experience in both federal and state courts, administrative hearings, and ADR proceedings.
Jeff LinickWith a background in business and finance prior to going to law school, Mr. Linick worked for several years in the insurance industry with USAA, a company closely associated with the armed services.
Darmeisha SlayAfter graduating from St. Mary’s University, she practiced as a Paralegal at the Law Office of Brett H. Pritchard until her acceptance into the Thurgood Marshall School of Law in Houston, Texas. While at TMSL, Darmeisha was accepted to practice in the pro bono Family Law Clinic where she represented indigent clients in uncontested and contested divorces.
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