Divorce

A divorce is always a challenging time for any family. Separating a family into two households is never easy. Emotions and fears can run high. At Sanchez & Farrar, PLLC, our attorneys understand that you are worried about the future, so we explain how Texas family law works and how it will apply to your case. We calm your fears by providing the guidance you need to make informed decisions about your future.

Compassionate Attorneys Who Know The Value Of Family

We are lifelong residents of Texas, growing up in, and attending university, and law school here. In addition, one of our attorneys has served the state legislature for more than 20 years and has worked on issues that deeply affect families. Our other attorney spent part of his career as a social worker, which provides many years of direct experience with the issues families experience during a divorce.

Divorce: A Legal And Emotional Process

When you file for divorce, you are asking a court to provide a legal order ending your marriage. But, divorce is much more than merely a legal piece of paper from a court, as choices and decisions made will affect your life for many years.

The division of property is a significant task that must be executed with a high degree of accuracy. Child custody and support issues weigh heavily. In long-term marriages, the potential for spousal support or maintenance is often present.

These issues all occur with the emotional backdrop of the marriage dissolution. We can assist by providing the factual and legal information you need and helping you make informed decisions to reach your goals and objectives.

Immigration Issues

Another area where we can help is with immigration law, especially when there are immigration issues, family law, and possibly criminal law matters pending at the same time. Immigration law is exceedingly complex and politically volatile, making it very difficult for those involved in proceedings to have a clear sense of where they stand.

Our attorneys have worked with cases involving immigration law, family law, and criminal law issues. We can help you sort out all of these issues.

Contact Us For Help

We can help with the legal elements of your divorce. To speak with one of our lawyers, call our office at (713) 364-0170 or use our online form. Our offices are fully bilingual with every member of our staff fluent in English and Spanish.