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Pearland Divorce Attorney

Family Lawyers Serving Harris County & Surrounding Areas

Cost alone should not be the deciding factor in your choice of an attorney to handle your divorce, custody, spousal support, or any other family law case. Instead, select your legal team based on a combination of years of experience, domain expertise, attentiveness to details, billing, care for clients and your gut feel after your initial consultation.

Experience matters in family law cases and, after 17 years, The Dieye Firm certainly has the experience to help you. Our divorce lawyer in Pearland has handled all kinds of cases including high asset divorces and highly contested custody cases. But more importantly, we understand that family law cases including divorces and custody are very emotional and the outcome of such cases can have life-changing consequences, not only for your children but for your career and financial future. That understanding and the ability to advise, guide, and forcefully advocate for our clients is what separates us from other law firms.

Our team is dedicated to our clients and we make sure that all of your concerns and questions are answered. You will not be left in the dark wondering what is going on in your case. In fact, as a client, you will have your family law attorney’s personal cell phone number.

Once you join our firm as a client, our mission is to resolve your case efficiently and favorably. In working towards that goal, we will not leave any stones unturned and will pursue every legal avenue available to help you. Our Pearland family lawyers will craft a unique and careful plan for your particular case. And we always encourage our client to be fully involved in their cases. We love our clients but sometimes tough love is needed to move a case along. Having lived in several countries, we have a keen understanding of cultures and the ability to deal and address cultural differences and sensitivities.

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We pride ourselves in providing guidance, honest advice, and personal attention to all of our clients. 

Our Testimonials

Former Clients Share Their Experiences
  • “When I needed a lawyer - he was the only person that I called.”

    - Sharmain
  • “Professional, personable, and readily available for any questions or concerns. I was quite impressed and I will definitely recommend him to anyone I know!”

    - Kim
  • “He did an excellent job in my divorce. He would always get back with me when I had a question on my case. I would definitely recommend him to friends and family.”

    - Osmin

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Personalized Solutions for Each Case

Why Hire The Dieye Firm?

Dedicated to Providing Exceptional Legal Guidance
  • Respected Reputation
  • Experienced & Devoted Team
  • Compassionate, Results-Driven Representation
  • Payment Plans Offered
Advocating for You Every Step of the Way

Guiding You Through Difficult Times

Anyone can get a divorce without hiring an attorney. We always tell potential clients to never go to family court without a Pearland family lawyer. Although that may sound like a self-serving statement, it is the truth. Judges will not and cannot give you advice.

A good divorce attorney in Pearland will advocate for you and ensure that you understand all your rights and obligations. They will help you navigate very complex procedural rules. And oftentimes, your divorce lawyer can be a firm voice of reason and give you immense peace of mind. Selecting a good family law attorney is a crucial phase in any divorce or family law matter.

Divorce & Family Law

Frequently Asked Questions
  • How long does it take to finalize a divorce?

    It depends. In Texas, there is a mandatory 60-day ‘cool off’ period, meaning the case must be on file for 60 days before any final order can be signed. If you and your spouse have a simple estate and agree on everything, the divorce can be finalized on the 61st date. However, if you and your spouse have a complex, contested divorce, cases can take much longer. The average length of time a contested case will proceed is anywhere from 6 to 12 months, but some can take longer depending on the assets and custody issues.

  • How much is child support if it is ordered?

    Texas require the obligor parent to use an income withholding order. Child support payments are taken out of the party's paycheck as and when they are paid. This is a hassle-free way to ensure child support is never forgotten and is an easy way to protect the obligor parent because there is a centralized payment record. In some cases, the parties might agree for one parent to pay the other parent directly. This does come with risks, in that the obligor parent might forget to pay. The recipient parent might become vengeful and claim the other parent has not paid child support at all, even if they have. It is crucial that the obligor spouse keeps good, clear records of their child support payments in the event of a dispute.

  • How much will the divorce cost me?

    It depends! It will cost you at least an initial filing fee, which varies by county. Most divorce filing fees are anywhere between $250 and $400. It is possible to get the divorce done without a lawyer, but there are serious risks to that. If you do hire a lawyer, then their hourly rate will be dependent on his or her experience, expertise and location. As always, the more you and your spouse can agree on things, the less expensive a divorce will be.

  • How is child support paid?

    There is a long list of factors that judges use when deciding how to divide up community property: the age of the spouses; custody; needs of the children; tax consequences of the property awards; existence of separate property; debts of the estate; education and employability of the spouses; fault; fraud; waste of community assets; and essentially any other factor the court deems relevant or important.

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