Interstate Divorce Issues Require Particular Skill
Dealing with a divorce is never easy, but the process becomes even more complicated when the spouses live in different states. With many legal issues to navigate, it is crucial to work with an attorney with extensive experience handling interstate divorce matters.
At the Law Office of David A. Kazen, we have the skills and expertise necessary to help you address the challenges of interstate divorce. As a board-certified family law attorney with decades of experience, attorney Kazen has successfully represented numerous clients in similar situations. We understand that every case is unique, and we are committed to providing personalized representation that will consider your individual needs and budget.
Filing For Divorce In Texas When Spouses Live In Different States
One of the most common concerns for individuals facing an interstate divorce is whether they can file for divorce in Texas if their spouse lives in another state. The answer is yes, as long as you have been domiciled in Texas for at least six months and have resided in the county where you are filing for at least three months.
However, navigating the legal complexities of interstate divorce requires a particular skill, as each state has its own laws governing property division, spousal support and child custody. Our team has the experience and knowledge to help you achieve the most favorable outcome in your case.
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Whether you have a business or investment property in another state or are planning to move out of Texas with your children, we can assist you in addressing the unique challenges that arise in interstate divorce cases. Contact the Law Office of David A. Kazen online or call 512-982-0969 to schedule an appointment in our Austin office today.