When You’ve Had Enough With A High-Conflict Divorce, Give The Rest To Us
If you find yourself in the middle of a contested divorce, you may feel tempted to go along with the other side’s demands if you feel intimidated or at a disadvantage. But you owe it to your children, and yourself, to seek a solution that allows you to have a healthy and secure post-divorce future.
The Ramage Law Group understands how emotional conflict can impact divorce. Our founding attorney, Sharon Ramage, is a former social worker and zealous advocate for families, and all of our lawyers are sensitive to the impact of high-conflict divorces on both children and parents. Our goal is to provide compassionate representation and never give up on finding the best resolution possible for our clients.
Do Not Ignore These Situations If They Are Part Of Your Divorce
While Texas is a “no fault” divorce state, parties may file for divorce based on fault grounds such as adultery, cruelty, abandonment, fraud or abuse. Regardless whether a divorce is based on fault or no-fault grounds, your history and experience will frame how issues such as child custody, division of marital property and spousal support are viewed in court. It is possible to mediate a divorce settlement even in most contested cases, but our firm strives to equip our clients with the tools to create the future they want, even if that means taking the divorce to trial. Your attorney can assist you in developing the strategy that is best for your circumstances. These circumstances may include:
- Your spouse is hiding or misrepresenting marital assets, including a business they own
- You believe your spouse is committing fraud
- You or your children are experiencing domestic violence
- Your spouse’s or former spouse’s ability to parent is affected by mental illness or addiction
Conflict at the end of a marriage can feel agonizing, but our firm will help you map out a plan that will help you prepare for a secure future.
Whatever Your Situation, We Are Here For You
Your family’s safety is our primary concern during your divorce. Our divorce and custody attorneys can immediately begin to help you explore the best way for you to move forward. Call us at 469-207-1079 or email us to set up a confidential appointment. We work with clients across the north Dallas metropolitan area, including Denton, Frisco, McKinney, Plano and Allen, Texas.