Introducing the Texas Divorce Path Website
When a marriage ends, there are several different paths or options divorcing spouses can take. To help navigate through the divorce process, our law firm, Hendershot, Cannon & Hisey, P.C., introduces the Texas Divorce Path which is an interactive website that guides individuals through different divorce options custom to their circumstances or situation.
The Texas Divorce path covers general options for spouses that can work amicably together, OR when spouses’ opinions differ in child custody, support, property division and/or fault OR the divorce is likewise combative.
In addition to different divorce options, this interactive website also provides information for those already divorced but are facing complex post-divorce issues such as the need to appeal their divorce, enforce their court order, or if significant life changes have occurred that could warrant the need for a modification of a divorce decree.
While the Texas divorce path virtually addresses traditional paths and options including uncontested and contested divorces, collaborative law, mediation, temporary orders, trial, appeals, enforcement and modification, it’s important to understand that every divorce is unique and there are always creative solutions and variations that can occur based on the facts of your divorce case and how the Texas Family Code applies to them.
About Our Family Law Firm: Founded in 1987 in Houston, Texas, Hendershot, Cannon & Hisey, P.C. is a full service, award-winning family and business law firm. Led by Board Certified Family Law Specialist Lennea Cannon (Texas Board of Legal Specialization) and Attorneys Lori Blackwell and Yoka Larasati, our legal team stands ready to review your case and discuss your options through the divorce path.
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The information on the Texas Divorce Path website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on the website should be used as a substitute for legal advice and the information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.