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Ever since the first settlers started arriving in Keller around the middle of the 19th century, Keller’s population has been growing. And, on November 16th 1955, Keller was incorporated. Present day, Keller stretches across almost 19 square miles, and is the place nearly 50,000 residents call home, according to recent population estimates. Today, Keller is known among Texans as a bedroom community; that’s to say it’s a mostly residential community. Because of this, the residents of Keller enjoy many scenic sights. In fact, within the small city, there are more than 26 miles of hiking and biking trails. It’s no wonder why Keller’s residents love living there.

 

Have You Been Served?

If your spouse has blindsided you with divorce papers, you’re not alone. Cases of one spouse feeling shocked and devastated after receiving divorce papers is far from uncommon. In fact, it’s a situation we frequently see. The most important thing for you to know is that just because they asked for it in the petition, doesn’t mean they’ll get it. However, you should absolutely consult an attorney immediately. If you’re going through the process of divorce, an attorney can be an essential part of protecting your rights and mitigating your losses. Divorce can take a lot of time and money. But having an attorney can help you prioritize the issues you’re willing to spend the time and money on.

 

Do You Need a Lawyer?

A lot of couples try to save a little cash by skipping the attorney and doing the online do-it-yourself divorce. However, this can be problematic, especially if you share a lot of assets, have been married for a long time, or have children. At CoilLaw, our attorneys spend a lot of time fixing poorly written and confusing divorce decrees. It’s not uncommon for people to get a divorce only to show up in court years later because the divorce decree wasn’t clear on certain issues. This most often arises with the most important issues such as custody and child support. If you’re not sure whether or not you need a lawyer, you should have a consultation with an attorney at the very minimum.

 

Setting up a Consultation is Easy

At CoilLaw, we’ve made setting up a consultation easy. Even if you aren’t sure whether or not you’re ready to file for divorce, our attorneys can help you explore your options and give you legal advice to help you determine what’s best for you. We see each person who comes to us as a unique individual with a unique set of circumstances. No two divorces are the same; therefore it’s important to choose an attorney and a firm who can take a holistic approach to your divorce. At CoilLaw, we are here to help you make it through the divorce process with the best legal advice available.

 

Don’t Wait

If you’re considering going through a divorce, do not wait to set up a consultation. A lot of people find that divorce can be very difficult and somewhat unpredictable. However, there are resources available that can help you plan and prepare for the future. Knowing your legal rights is an essential part of planning for your life after the divorce. Setting up an initial consultation with one of our talented attorneys at CoilLaw can help you walk through your best options and mitigate your losses. If you are considering divorce, contact CoilLaw today for a consultation.

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