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Reasons to Go to Divorce Court


There are many ways that a married couple can settle on the terms of their divorce, such as negotiating privately or using divorce mediators. Typically, many people prefer to avoid going to court over a divorce, as things may become more stressful or drawn out, but there are times when it is necessary to do so. Settling a divorce in court may be the only way to reach a reasonable and fair outcome.

If you and your spouse are filing for divorce, it is important to have a confident and skilled attorney on your side. The Houston attorneys of Diggs & Sadler are dedicated to helping clients protect their rights during divorce. For more information on how we can help, contact us at 713-766-5355.

When to Go to Court

Certain circumstances usually call for a divorce to be brought to court. The following are some common situations that necessitate court action:

  • Your spouse is trying to bully you into an agreement – If your spouse has a history of getting their way through abusive or aggressive behavior, you may need to go to court to avoid being pressured into an agreement that is not favorable to you
  • Your spouse has hired a combative lawyer – Some attorneys are more aggressive than others and may convince your spouse that a court battle is the only way to settle the terms of your divorce. In these cases, it is a good idea to hire an attorney who has experience dealing with combative attorneys
  • Your spouse has stopped communicating with you – If your spouse has cut off communication, the divorce court may be the only way to settle the divorce
  • Your spouse has hidden assets – If your spouse has assets that they are trying to hide, going to court can force them to reveal such assets so that your property is split fairly.

Contact Us

At the firm of Diggs & Sadler, our experienced and skilled lawyers are prepared to help you fight to protect your rights during a divorce. If you are going through a divorce and need a qualified attorney, contact our offices at 713-766-5355.

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