Ending a marriage involves a clean break that includes dividing property and assuring income.

Robles Family Law Firm represents your interests in a thorough and realistic approach that considers your unique situation. When we address your divorce, we consider:

Property division

Since Texas is a community property state, all property acquired during the marriage must be divided evenly. We assess what counts as community property and what may be considered separate so we can protect your interests.

Alimony or spousal support

Most cases involve transitional spousal support which allows a spouse to gain the means for independence. This works to your advantage if you are likely to owe a support obligation to your former spouse. However, if you are a long-term homemaker or face disability, we can evaluate your chances for a permanent spousal support award.

Contempt of court and enforcement

Sometimes, a spouse fails to transfer deeds or pay a support obligation. In these instances, we can enforce the original order by filing a contempt proceeding

Whether you are filing a new divorce or need help enforcing a previous divorce order, Robles Family Law Firm is available to assist you. Contact our firm today to schedule an appointment at our office conveniently located in Odessa, Texas.