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Divorce - Dissolution Of MarriageEven the best of marriages can sometimes come to a point when one or both spouse decide they can not go any further in the relationship. The dissolution of a marriage can be a frustrating and lengthy process, with a number of unforeseen issues that can arise. Texas law has specific requirements that Rita Boyd can help walk you through so that you can end that relationship properly. The court generally has one or two primary goals it is seeking to accomplish when somebody files for divorce:

  1. Property division
  2. Child custody

Uncontested Divorce

Uncontested divorces can typically be finalized in 60 - 90 days from the day your divorce petition is filed. These are the most affordable divorces and are well suited for those parties who can mutually agress on all the terms of their property division, child custody, and child support. Uncontested divorces can become contested if the parties disagree on even a small number of items. Hiring Rita Boyd as your Divorce Lawyer will help ensure that you have considered every option that you are entitiled to under the law, and that your rights are being protected.

Complex or Contested Divorce

Rita Boyd has also represented many clients in contested divorces where complex property division and child custody issues are involved. Rita has the experience to guide you through the complex legal processes which, in many cases can be simplified, by having the right Divorce Attorney on your side. Complex divorces may include wealthy couples and business owners where there are concerns about the proper valuation of propery and assets, in addition to advising on the tax implications and the division of marital debt.

Contact Information:

Rita M. Boyd, Attorney
Law Office of Rita M. Boyd, P.C.
5057 Keller Springs Road
Suite 300
Addison TX 75001
Phone: 972-380-8000
Email: Email Rita
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*Rita M. Boyd is not certified by Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for advice regarding your individual situation. Rita Boyd invites you to contact her and welcome your calls, letters and electronic mail. Contacting Rita does not create an attorney-client relationship. Please do not send any confidential information to her until such time as an attorney-client relationship has been established.

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  -- Tony L., Navasota, Texas

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