Considering Divorce? Let us help you.
When you tried all your options to make things work but it still doesn't feel right, divorce maybe be the best option for your future. You don't have to feel discouraged and embarrassed, this is a tough moment in your life but Law Office of Linda Lee Cechura, PPLLC of Round Rock, TX will help you every step of the way.
Your family is your top priority and protecting them is very critical. Changes in relationships and other issues can definitely put your family at risk. When this happens, you don't have to go through this alone. You need a lawyer you can trust to not only explain the situation to you, but stand by your side during this rough time. Attorney Linda Lee Cechura specializes in handling divorces so it's a guarantee that you'll be in safe hands. We strive to make clients feel comfortable and secure in moving forward.
Spousal support or alimony is a legal obligation on a person to provide financial support to their spouse before or after marital separation or divorce. In Texas, spousal support can be part of a divorce decree. Alimony negotiations can be complex and also very emotional for both sides. So it's always best to consult a person who handles this situation very seriously with compassion. It's also good to be aware of the different types of alimony.
Temporary alimony - support ordered when the parties are separated prior to divorce.
Rehabilitative alimony - support given to the lesser-earning spouse for a period of time necessary to acquire work outside the home and become self-sufficient.
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As an alternative to divorce, many couples choose to file for a legal separation. Unlike divorce, a legal separation is only temporary. Most of the time, legal separations are filed by couples who, for personal or financial reasons, simply do not want to go through divorce at this time or it can have something to do with their religious beliefs as well. Couples that choose to file for legal separation will face many of the same issues such as custody of children, child support, payment of bills, etc. To ensure that your rights are protected throughout this process, you should consult an experienced and knowledgeable attorney to represent your interests during this time.
Permanent alimony - support paid to lesser-earning spouse until death of the payor, the death of the recipient, or the remarriage of the recipient.
Reimbursement alimony - support given as a reimbursement for expenses incurred by a spouse during the marriage (ex educational expenses).
Considering divorce is hard enough, let us help lessen the worries and burden for you. Contact Law Office of Linda Lee Cechura, PPLLC at 512-255-9400 today!
Separation Agreements - a private contract between separating spouses resolving issues of join, family or marital property or assets, support and child responsibilities.
Child Custody - the care, control, and maintenance of a chile, which a court may award to one of the parents following a divorce or separation proceeding.
Child Visitation - the permission granted by the court to a noncustodial parent to visit his or her child or childrean. Custody can also be extended to grandparents.
Child Support - is an ongoing, periodic payment made by a parent for the financial benefit of a child following the end of a marriage of other relationship.
Guardianship - is a legal relationship created when a person or institution named in a will or assigned by the court to take care of minor children or incompetent adults.
Termination of Parental Rights - a person's rights as a parent is taken away. The parent loses the right to visit or talk with the child and they can't decide how the child is raised and taken care of.
Property Settlements - an agreement made by a husband and wife in connection with a divorce that leads to the division of their assets between them.
Name Changes - generally refers to the legal act by a person of adopting a new name different from their name at birth, marriage or adoption.