Have you found yourself butting heads with your spouse repeatedly as you try to settle your divorce? The push and pull of a contested divorce can be stressful, and could end with your best interests losing out to those of your spouse. It is time to recruit the support of O’Neil Wysocki Family Law and our Dallas divorce lawyers so you do not get overlooked.
With more than 65 years of total legal experience and a teamwork approach to each case we accept, our family lawyers are capable of empowering our clients like no other law firm can claim. Both Attorneys O’Neil and Wysocki have been Board Certified in Family Law and have been given multiple professional awards for skills, ethics, and case results. To learn what that caliber of service can do for your contested divorce case, contact our firm today.
A divorce technically becomes a contested divorce the moment both spouses cannot agree with how to resolve one or more aspects of their divorce.
It is understandable that topics of such importance would make someone want to resist compromise and ensure they get their way. While there is clearly benefits to fighting for your best interests in your divorce, you must be made aware of the potential downsides of a contested divorce. In particular, a contested divorce is almost-guaranteed to take longer than an uncontested divorce, which also raises court and legal costs for both spouses.
At O’Neil Wysocki Family Law, we do not offer our legal services just to get paid. Instead, we genuinely want to use our legal prowess to help our clients through difficult times and with as little stress as possible. To this end, we try to approach a contested divorce with a peaceful resolution in mind, one that does removes obstacles and keeps costs down for our clients. However, if your spouse will not budge, we are always prepared to uphold your rights and interests as your legal advocates in family law court.
With the potential of angry fights and extra court dates, it is easy to not see the benefit of a contested divorce: thoroughness. During a contested divorce, you will be made acutely aware of how each aspect of your divorce is being resolved. This necessary attention to detail will, in turn, reduce the chances of you missing something important. It also means that you know you are not agreeing just for the sake of agreement – any resolution reached in a contested divorce is either the final say of the court, or one that you know you can live with.
No matter how your contested divorce concludes, we have the legal know-how and knowledge necessary to get you there as smoothly as possible. Our Dallas divorce attorneys are reputed throughout Texas for bringing a unique balance of compassion and tenacity that our clients can appreciate. Dial (972) 852-8000 to speak to our team about your divorce today, or fill out an online contact form if you prefer. We also frequently help clients in Collin, Tarrant, and Denton.