Starting A Divorce – Through The Darkness And Into The Light!

For those just starting the process, getting a divorce can be stressful and, as many divorce lawyers have noted, confusing to those going through it.

The process is actually not that difficult with the help of experienced divorce help attorneys to offer guidance; however, it is a good idea to understand ahead of time how divorces proceed in order to keep up with what is happening.

With good divorce planning and an understanding of all the parts of the process, your divorce can be less stressful and hopefully be finalized without issues.

Be sure to watch the following video from Fort Worth Texas Board-Certified Family Law Attorney Greg Housewirth as he goes over the steps of a divorce, the paperwork that is involved, and your role in the process.

The Divorce Quick-Start - Through The Dark and Into The Light

Divorces Are Easier When You Know The Pathway

As you can see, the entire divorce process involves a series of legal documents and the actions involved in completing and filing them.

With experienced and compassionate divorce help from your lawyer, it will be possible to get through the process by understanding each step, its purpose, and what is involved in completing it.

Some steps may take longer than others to complete; however, this roadmap from divorce lawyer Greg Housewirth will hopefully be of help to those just beginning the process!

Schreier & Housewirth Family Law

1800 West Bowie Street, Suite 200-E
Fort Worth TX 76110

(817) 753-8565

 

Gregory L. Housewirth is a Board-Certified Family Law Specialist practicing in Fort Worth Texas. With 30 years of family law experience, Mr. Housewirth has represented hundreds of clients in divorce, custody, CPS, modification, and grandparent cases. In addition, Mr. Housewirth is a qualified family law mediator and a member of Collaborative Law Texas, a practice group dedicated to promoting collaborative divorce in Texas.

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