Eric Grogan

Divorce Attorney in Austin, Texas

Serving Travis, Williamson, and Hays Counties

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If you are considering divorce, we are here to help guide you through the process and provide answers to any questions you may have.

Protecting Your Interests While Moving You Forward

Divorce is a difficult and emotionally charged process. No matter what your situation, it’s important to understand the divorce process. Consulting with a divorce attorney can help ensure that your rights are protected, and that you understand the process.

An experienced divorce lawyer will act as a buffer between you and the stressful legal proceedings of your divorce, while keeping you updated on each step of the process.

Every divorce is different, so you want to make sure your lawyer has the experience and knowledge to handle your particular case. Eric Grogan has an in-depth knowledge of the Austin, TX court system.

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The Divorce Process in Texas

Once you have reached a decision to divorce, you will need to file a petition with the court.

There are two types of divorce in Texas, contested and uncontested. An uncontested divorce is when both parties agree on all terms of the divorce, including child custody, property division, and alimony. A contested divorce is when the parties do not agree on one or more terms of the divorce.

If both parties agree to the divorce (uncontested), they can sign a settlement agreement. This document will outline the terms of the divorce, including property division, child custody, and support.

If the parties cannot reach an agreement (contested), then the proceedings will likely have to go to trial. If this becomes necessary, Eric’s experience can help provide legal perspective, creativity, and negotiating strength to help you work towards finding equitable solutions.

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How Long Does it Take to Get a Divorce in Texas?

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Divorce in Texas can be a lengthy process, but not always.

In Texas, a divorce is not final for at least 60 days after a petition is filed. It typically takes about six months to one year (sometimes longer) to finalize a divorce. This timeframe will depend heavily on the complexity of the issues and the degree of conflict.

We Believe:

  • Creativity can help achieve favorable divorce outcomes, even for the most complicated divorces.
  • Skillful and compassionate negotiation creates better and more cost-effective results.
  • Healthy family restructuring starts with preserving relationships whenever possible.

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Speaking with a divorce lawyer will help prepare you for the road ahead.

At Grogan Law, we can help determine the most efficient and cost-effective way to navigate you through the divorce process. By helping you define your goals, we can help you move ahead from a position of strength while protecting your interests.

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