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Houston Divorce Attorneys

Whether or not it was your choice, going through a divorce is likely one of the most stressful experiences you will ever have. At a time when you're undergoing major life transitions, you need compassionate, knowledgeable guidance. Stacey Valdez & Associates will be at your side every step of the way, offering the support and advocacy you need. We will protect your interests throughout the Texas divorce process, from initial petition, through temporary custody and support orders, and to the final property settlement and divorce decree. Our attorneys are committed to achieving a resolution that is in your best interests.

Attorney Stacey Holley Valdez is a Board Certified Family Law Attorney. With a practice concentrated in family law, she keeps current with developments in Texas family law, and uses that knowledge to advocate aggressively for her clients. Because most divorce cases settle before trial, Ms. Valdez is a creative, effective negotiator during settlement discussions. If issues can't be resolved satisfactorily through negotiation, she is well prepared to advocate for clients in the courtroom. She is known in the Houston legal community as a capable and fearless litigator.

Strong Advocacy for Houston Divorce Clients

When you're in the midst of a divorce, it becomes the central fact of your life. Your rights, relationships, and responsibilities are determined by the facts of your case and how the Texas Family Code applies to them. It's important to have an attorney who is experienced with the law and also appreciates the uniqueness of your case. At Stacey Valdez & Associates, we treat you like an individual, not like a case file. We offer you the same respect that we would want to be shown. When we represent you, we are mindful of upholding our reputation as skilled, effective, ethical attorneys. While we try to create a positive outcome for everyone involved in the case, our priority is always to do what's best for you and your children.

A seasoned family law attorney, Ms. Valdez guides you in making the best possible decisions for your family. With years of experience in the courtroom, she also knows what information helps judges make the decision to rule favorably to her clients. Our firm will work closely with you in building your case, and to explain your options regarding a variety of Texas divorce issues, including:

  • Temporary custody, support and residence orders
  • Child custody
  • Visitation
  • Child support
  • Spousal support
  • Restraining orders and protective orders
  • Enforceability of a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement
  • Disclosure of income and assets
  • Characterization of property as separate or community
  • Valuation of personal and real property, including household and business assets
  • Division of community property

Responsive Houston,Texas Divorce Representation

Managing all the issues in your divorce can seem overwhelming, but Stacey Valdez & Associates will lift the burden from your shoulders. We take the time to understand your needs, goals, and the specifics of your case. Whether your divorce is amicable or high-conflict, we will work to help you reach the best possible outcome.

If you need a responsive, effective divorce attorney, Stacey Valdez & Associates will work with you to clarify your goals, explore your options, and develop a strategy for your case. We invite you to contact us today so that we can help you get started on the next step in your life.

Uncontested Divorce

If you and your spouse are in agreement on all the terms of your divorce, an uncontested divorce may be your best option, saving time and money. If you and your spouse do not have minor children together and meet certain other requirements, you may q… Read More

Child Support

For most parents, the issue of child support is one of the most contentious issues in their divorce or separation. Usually, both parents want to make sure their children are well provided for, but neither parent wants to feel that he or she is paying… Read More

Alimony (Spousal Maintenance)

In Texas, alimony, also known as spousal maintenance, may be agreed upon by you and your spouse, or awarded by the judge in your divorce case. Unlike child support, spousal maintenance is not required by law. Therefore, if you think you may need fina… Read More