Infidelity and Divorce
While the reasons for divorce can vary, one of the most common reasons is infidelity on the part of one or both of the partners. If your spouse has cheated on you and you are pursuing a divorce, you are likely dealing with the difficult emotions in addition to complex issues surrounding your finances, assets and children. Understanding how to protect your rights is important and an experienced lawyer can help.
At the Shapiro Law Firm, in Plano, our attorneys represent individuals in divorce cases involving cheating spouses, infidelity and other causes. For more than 40 years in Collin County and the Dallas-Fort Worth area, we have helped our clients successfully resolve their issues in divorce cases, including child custody, child support, alimony and property division. We can answer your questions and provide the honest advice you deserve.
Creating a Long-Term Plan to Protect Your Rights
There is a lot more to a divorce than filing court papers. Depending on the circumstances involved and how amicably you and your spouse can work together on resolving your disputes, the process can often be lengthy and complicated. The job of your divorce attorney is to take the time to understand your needs, to answer your questions, to educate you on your legal responsibilities and to vigorously pursue the results you deserve.
In order to accomplish this goal, we will help you create a long-term plan and prepare you for divorce. If children are involved, we can help you address issues of child support and child custody. When children are not involved, we can help you deal with matters such as the valuation of property, asset protection and property division.
Contact the Shapiro Law Firm
If you are interested in pursuing a divorce with a cheating spouse, contact us at the Shapiro Law Firm in Plano, Texas, to talk with an experienced lawyer. Call our office in Collin County at 972-423-0033 and schedule an appointment for an initial consultation.