We understand that clients need compassion as much as they need quality representation. The decision to get a divorce represents a decision to start a new chapter of your life: but it also represents significant loss in most instances. Here at The Wright Firm, L.L.P., we know that you have many questions about the divorce process. Below you can find information regarding divorce in Texas, including information about the timeline, the process, how to begin, what to expect and general advice. Remember, however, that these are just some of the fundamentals and are NOT substitutes for detailed discussions with your attorney and his or her staff. If you have any questions about your particular case, speak to your attorney.
What you do at the beginning of your criminal case can drastically impact how it turns out in the end. You need an advocate in your corner; someone who will diligently seek to protect your legal and Constitutional rights. The Wright Firm, L.L.P., can be there for you in your hour of need. Contact our office to set up a confidential consultation. Below is very general information to help you assess your needs and to serve as abbreviated educational material on your various rights in a criminal proceeding.
Alternate dispute resolution or collaborative law and mediation offer different ways of concluding legal proceedings. Here you can find more information about the mediation and ADR processes, as well as additional resources. If you think ADR or Mediation might be a good fit for your legal needs, reach out to The Wright Firm, L.L.P. for a consult. Any information found here in this practice area is not intended as legal advice, nor does is it a substitute or supplement for legal counsel.