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Divorce

Divorce Attorney in

East Texas

Reliable Legal Support Every Step of the Way

If you realize that your marriage is broken beyond repair and believe that divorce is your best option, then you probably need to speak with an experienced East Texas divorce lawyer who can address your questions and concerns about the divorce process. Divorce may involve more than just ending a legal relationship. It may involve the determination of your rights to alimony, property division, child custody, or child support.



At The Law Offices of Milissa C. Barrick P.C., our legal team is highly knowledgeable and experienced in the field of divorce and family law in Smith County and surrounding counties. We can help you get through this painful time in your life and work towards a positive outcome on all issues involved.

Call (903) 533-0008 today to consult with

our Smith county divorce lawyer.

Assisting with the Difficult Decisions

In a divorce where children are involved, matters can be especially heated. Topics of where your children will live and who will pay support can be grounds for arguments between you and your spouse. We understand how hard it can be to make this type of decision and we are here to guide you throughout the complex legal process. We are happy to help you with divorce matters throughout East Texas.

Types of Divorce in East Texas

When you have made the decision to pursue divorce, it is important to remember that you have a number of different options. There are more options than just one avenue of divorce - we can explain the different methods which are available to you and explore the one which is most suited to your needs.

There are four types of divorce cases we handle:

  • Simplified divorce

  • Uncontested divorce

  • Contested divorce

  • Collaborative divorce

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