One of the main dangers of divorce is the fact that you have to make a number of difficult decisions that will shape your life for years to come. Those decisions need to be made at the same time you may be overwhelmed by the stress and emotion that comes along with the end of your marriage.
Without effective legal guidance, it is very easy to make mistakes that could haunt you for years to come.
Preparing For The Brighter Future You Deserve
A divorce is more than just the end of a marriage: It is your chance to lay the foundation for the next chapter of your life. By making sure that you have favorable outcomes regarding child custody and visitation, child support and dividing assets in a divorce, you can make the job of building your post-divorce life all that much easier.
I can help you understand the divorce process so you can make informed and educated choices that will serve you well. I can also fight to ensure that your best interests are protected and that you leave your divorce as well-situated as possible.
Board Certified Family Law Attorney
I am attorney Bruce C. Zivley. I am board certified in family law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. I have more than 30 years of experience helping people secure the best possible outcomes to their divorces. During my decades of experience focusing on family law matters, I have learned what it takes to win for my clients. Step one is getting to know my clients. By getting to know you and your circumstances, I can create a strategy that will truly help you.
Divorce Attorney Serving Houston And The Surrounding Areas
When you are filing for divorce, choosing the right lawyer can make all the difference. Turn to Bruce C. Zivley, Attorney at Law, for help that is backed by decades of experience. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 281-506-0047 or toll free at 888-837-2157, or contact my office online.
"Bruce handled my divorce. He was efficient and effective, always responsive and accessible. He provided great advice and kept the discussion fact-based and objective when I was occasionally tempted to focus on emotional aspects of the situation.*"Holly B.