Tad Nelson & Associates: Texas Family Law & Adultery Representation — Houston, Galveston, League City, Texas
In Texas divorce cases, adultery is a valid issue. If adultery is responsible for the break up of a marriage it can have an affect on everything else in the divorce including the equitable division of property and even child visitation rights. If you think adultery could form the grounds for divorce in your case, it is important to discuss your options with a knowledgeable family law attorney.
Did Adultery Destroy Your Marriage? Our Houston Firm Can Help
At Tad Nelson & Associates in League City and Galveston, we provide skilled representation to men and women seeking divorce in the Houston and Galveston County metro areas and throughout the state. We seek to create a supportive environment for our clients, combining our big city experience with small town values.
We understand how difficult it can be to go through a divorce. If you are considering ending your marriage, you can rely on us for support and honest legal advice. Call 281-667-4579 or toll-free 866-550-8295 for a consultation with a lawyer.
The Effects of Adultery in a Divorce Case
The two main areas where adultery can affect how a divorce is settled are property division and child custody. If the adultery occurred around the child, it could result in reduced visitation rights for the adulterous parent. Also, being found to have committed adultery in your marriage could result in the loss of up to 60 percent of the marital estate.
If you are being accused of adultery in your marriage or are considering a divorce as a result of your spouse's adulterous behavior, it is critical to discuss your situation with an experienced family law attorney.
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