Houston Divorce Lawyers: The Larson Law Office

Dedicated and Highly Personalized Service

For many people looking to hire a divorce attorney in Houston, the central question they want answered is “Why should I choose your divorce law firm to represent me for something so important?”

At The Larson Law Office, our divorce attorneys firmly believe in providing custom, quality representation and maintaining honest communication to each of our clients. This means, when you call us with an urgent question about your divorce case, you will not be delegated to speaking with a paralegal or secretary. You will also not suffer the unpleasant surprise of having a junior lawyer who you certainly did not hire and have never met, show up in Court or in mediation to represent you.

If you hire Erik and Diana, you will get Erik or Diana – whether it is on the phone, on email, in Court, in mediation, or in a meeting in our offices. It is as simple as that. We will individually and thoroughly address your concerns and represent your interests with the importance they deserve. Our commitment to highly personalized service and individually-tailored client attention is not empty jargon. From the very beginning through the completion of your case, if you hire us, you get us.

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Our Divorce Attorneys Provide Honest Evaluations and Creative Solutions

This is where things begin to get better for you and your family. We will work closely with you to enable you to make the best decisions possible for yourself, your children, and your property. We will realistically and honestly assess your situation. And then we will truthfully and thoroughly communicate with you about your assessments.

Houston divorce lawyers, Erik and Diana, will also educate and empower you with the knowledge you need about the Texas legal system of divorce, child support, child custody, property division, and spousal support, so that you can make informed decisions about your case.

We will advise you on how the past facts of your case will likely impact your divorce case.  Diana and Erik will also guide you on the future strategies during your case to maximize your chances of obtaining the best possible result.

This is where you start to turn the ship toward a brighter, better future for yourself and your family.  This is where things start to get better.

To learn more about our services and the options available to you, contact us today. Our divorce law firm represents clients in the greater Houston area including: Harris County, Fort Bend County, Montgomery County, Brazoria County, Galveston County, Liberty County, and more.

We Are Houston’s Tough & Experienced Divorce Law Firm

For honest, straightforward advice and experienced legal representation in family-related legal matters, contact the divorce attorneys of The Larson Law Office today. We will work closely with you to enable you to make the best decisions possible for yourself, your children, and your property. We believe in only providing realistic and honest assessments on your situation, thoroughly answering any questions you may have, and maintaining effective communication throughout the whole process. Our Houston divorce lawyers are committed to delivering highly personalized service and individually-tailored client attention.

Frequently Asked Questions About Divorce in Texas (FAQ)

What are the requirements of filing for divorce in Texas?

Texas law requires that at least one spouse has lived in Texas for 6 months and lived in the county where the divorce will be filed for 90 days. There are situations where a divorce can be filed in Texas if that is where the marriage took place, even if the other requirements are not met.

How long before my divorce is final?

Texas requires that a divorce petition be on file with the court for 60 days before a divorce can be finalized.

Is Texas a community property state? If so, what does that mean in my divorce?

Yes, Texas is a “community property” state. Community property refers to the identification of assets and liabilities in the “community estate” – in other words owned by the husband and wife together. Absent an agreement otherwise, all assets and liabilities obtained during the marriage are community property. Any assets and liabilities obtained before the marriage are separate property. However, if one spouse contributes to the maintenance, support or repairs of the other spouse’s separate property, a claim of reimbursement for those contributions may arise in some circumstances. To learn more about your options, contact our firm today.

What is a “no-fault” divorce?

The concept of a no fault divorce means that no one needs to prove that the other party is at fault or guilty of any misconduct that has caused the marriage to break down. All that is important is that there is no prospect of reconciliation.

What issues will I need to resolve in my divorce?

There are a number of specific issues that you and your spouse will need to address if you are divorcing. This includes the division of property assets and liabilities. If you have children, you will also need to address establishing a parenting plan, which will set up child custody, child support and visitation. Because these are often complex issues and are difficult to deal with, it is highly recommended that you work with a Houston family law attorney to help with your case.

What is the difference between an uncontested divorce and divorce litigation?

An uncontested divorce is one that is resolved without the intervention of the court to determine all the terms of the divorce. These are cases in which the spouses agree upon all of these issues on their own. Divorce litigation, on the other hand, involves a divorce that goes through a pre-trial process of temporary orders, discovery and, perhaps, trial because agreements cannot be made regarding one or more issues in the divorce.

What assets may be subject to division in my divorce?

All assets that are marital property will be subject to distribution in a divorce. This may include your family home, vehicles, bank accounts, furniture, appliances, electronics, other real estate, securities, and more.

How much does a consultation cost?

At The Larson Law Office, our initial phone consultations are free. Call us at 713-221-9088 to arrange a complimentary case review.

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Are You Experiencing Divorce Issues?  We Can Help

Erik & Diana Larson, founding attorneys, have been practicing law in Houston, Texas for over 20 years. The Larson Law Office provides experienced legal representation to clients facing family law cases, including:

In addition to family law, we also advise small businesses and family-owned enterprises in business matters, and we represent individuals in estate planning and probate.

Looking for a Divorce Lawyer in Houston, TX?

Erik and Diana have each been in practice for over 20 years. They each are rated by Martindale-Hubbell as AV® Preeminent™, and they each enjoy a 10.0 out of 10.0 “Superb” rating on Avvo.  Diana and Erik have also each been named to Texas’ Top Rated Lawyers list by ALM Media and Law.com on several occasions, as well as being recognized as Houston Top Lawyers by HTexas Magazine and Houstonia Magazine. The Larson Law Office has also been an Accredited Member of the Better Business Bureau with an A+ Rating since 2010.

For Houston divorce lawyers who have founded their law firm on personalized service, individual attention, and quality representation, contact The Larson Law Office today. We will use our extensive legal knowledge and resources to pursue the ideal outcome for your case. Call us at 713-221-9088 or fill out our contact form to receive a free legal consultation about your case.

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