Smart Counsel For Contested Or Uncontested Divorce
Divorce is exhausting and emotionally draining. It pervades every aspect of your life. Your heightened emotional state saps your energy. At BrunemanLaw PC, we understand how divorce affects you because attorney Steven W. Bruneman, too, is divorced. We know how being in a “state of divorce” clouds your judgment and makes it difficult to make good decisions for the long term. With nearly 40 years of legal experience, Mr. Bruneman is better able to offer candid legal advice that protects the best interests of you and your children.
We represent clients in contested and uncontested divorces throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and the entire state of Texas. Our focus is to put you in the best possible position for a positive outcome. To accomplish this, we work closely with you to identify your needs and goals, then craft an effective legal strategy tailored to your specific situation.
High-Quality Divorce Representation By A Board-Certified Attorney
How long your divorce will take to become final depends upon many factors. Generally, the more contested the divorce is, the longer it will take to complete. Throughout the process, you will communicate directly with our lawyer, Mr. Bruneman, and his experienced paralegal. We will be with you every step of way.
As a full-service firm, we offer high-quality representation in all facets of divorce, including:
- The division of your community property
- The resolution of child custody disputes
- The determination of the level of child support
- Negotiation or litigation of spousal support (aka alimony)
- Temporary orders for custody or financial support
- Domestic violence protection orders
After your divorce is finalized, you may later experience a change of circumstances. We can also assist you in modifying or enforcing an existing divorce decree or court order.
Even in an uncontested divorce, our legal counsel can make sure that your interests are protected and the divorce settlement is drafted in the proper legalese to avoid future problems.