Do You Need to Speak with an Austin Divorce Attorney?

If you are ready to consult with one of our attorneys to discuss your situation and learn your options you have two options. You can either:

Option #1 – Call Us:  Just call our office at (512) 551-0807 and speak to someone on our staff.  Some basic information will be taken down and we will schedule a consultation appointment at a convenient time for you.

Option #2 – Submit via the Contact Form:  Just fill out the contact form at the top right corner of this page and submit it.  Your submission will be reviewed by someone on our staff and you will be contacted by our office either by email or telephone, if you decide to fill in your phone number on the form (phone number is optional).  We will communicate with you and schedule at consultation appointment at your convenience.

What Happens at the Consultation Appointment?

When you show up for your consultation you will be given a short information form to fill out.  It does not require any detailed financial or other information and primarily consists of contact information.  It contains some yes/no questions on a few relevant issues about your situation to help guide the attorney in determining what areas need to be explored in depth.

When you are done filling out the information form you will meet with the attorney.  Your attorney will review your information form and discuss your situation in detail to determine what the current status is, what your objectives are and then advise you as to what options, both legal and practical, are available to you.  It is quite common for clients to be nervous when they arrive for the consultation and then as they are leaving say how relieved are now that they have a clear idea of what is involved and what to expect.

If you are considering taking the next step but wonder whether you are being premature it is probably a good idea to go ahead and schedule a consultation.  On issues as big as divorce it is always preferable to be informed and knowledgeable about the process as early as possible to avoid making mistakes that could damage your case.  We look forward to helping you resolve your situation.