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Addressing custody, retirement accounts and more in a divorce

| Sep 16, 2019 | High Asset Divorce |

Ending a marriage is an emotional time for everyone involved, but the challenge of dealing with that aspect is not the only concern Sugar Land couples have. The divorce process itself presents numerous challenges as well. Determining what is separate versus community property, deciding how to divide retirement accounts and more can cause a great deal of stress in their lives. Things continue to get even more complex for couples with children. 

If you are entering into this process, you can probably relate to those other Sugar Land couples. On top of everything else, you need to prepare for a new future that you may not feel will be financially secure. You also need to figure out arrangements for the custody of your children. If you expect to receive or pay spousal support, you will need to address that issue as well.

Depending on the current state of your relationship with your future former spouse, you could work out all of your divorce issues outside of the courtroom. If that is not possible, then you can rely on the court to help you. In either case, you will need to pull together all of the relevant documentation and evidence needed in order to support your position.

Working with an experienced family law attorney could make the divorce process go more smoothly. Whether you need assistance dividing retirement accounts and figuring out separate versus community property, he or she can give you the guidance you need. There will be work to do in order to achieve the settlement you want, but you do not have to do it alone.