As unfortunate as divorces can be, the fact is that they are common occurrences. Simply put, sometimes things just don’t work out. Regardless of the reason for the divorce, these types of cases can be stressful, painful, and quite complex. If you live in or near Tarrant County and are seeking an experienced divorce attorney, turn to Rashelle Fetty and The Fetty Firm. We have vast experience in various types of divorce cases and will work diligently to advocate for your best interests. With The Fetty Firm, you can expect a great work ethic as we aim to get you the best divorce settlement possible.
Our sole attorney, Rashelle Fetty, founded The Fetty Firm 6+ years ago and has helped countless clients as they navigate the oftentimes complex divorce process. Additionally, we have experience with clients dealing with cases such as child custody, child support, and spousal support. Above all, our goal is to provide compassionate and understanding support to all of our clients. Contact us at your earliest convenience to learn more about why we’re a leading firm in North Texas.
Overview of Divorces in the State of Texas
If you’re in the process of getting a divorce, you should aim to acquire the services of an experienced law firm. We’ve assisted countless clients in navigating complex and high-conflict divorce litigation. Here are some of the aspects of divorce we can help you with:
- Comprehensive Divorce Planning
- Uncontested and contested divorce cases
- High-asset/high net worth cases
- Marriage Annulment
- Much more
There are some things you should keep in mind when divorcing in Texas. For one, grounds for divorce in Texas include:
- Three years of confinement for incurable insanity
- Felony conviction and imprisonment for over one year
- Cruel and inhumane treatment
The divorce process can be very lengthy. Some cases can wrap up in as little as 2-3 months. However, some cases can take up as much as 18-24 months. The length of the process depends on factors such as the complexities of the case and the level of disagreement. In the state of Texas, legal separation is not recognized by the courts. As such, even if a married couple “separate,” any property or debt acquired while married is still considered community property and debt. In divorce cases, the best bet is to have an experienced family law attorney by your side. Contact Rashelle Fetty and The Fetty Firm at (214) 546-5746 to for more information.