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Divorce Team

Our legal team is here to help you get through divorce and begin the next chapter of your life. Call today to learn more about how we can help.

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Williamson County Divorce Attorney

We Offer the Solutions You Need to Move Forward Favorably

If you are going through a divorce, you will more than likely need the representation of an experienced family lawyer. At Law Office of Brett H. Pritchard, we help clients get through the divorce process as favorably as possible. We understand that this is probably one of the most emotionally trying experiences you have ever been through, and we are here to provide the supportive legal guidance and compassionate support you deserve. Whether your divorce can be resolved in a peaceful manner or calls for litigation in the courtroom, you can be confident that when you work with our firm, you will have professionals by your side who genuinely care about your well-being and are determined to help you move forward.

What Does a Divorce Entail?

A divorce does not just mean a marriage coming to an end—there are a number of factors that go along with the divorce process. Our team is equipped to assist you throughout your entire divorce and provide helpful guidance.

  • Alimony
  • Child Custody
  • Child Support
  • Property Division
  • Modifications
  • Fathers’ Rights

You May Be Wondering...

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Questions

  • How long does the divorce process take?

    Answer

    The amount of time a divorce takes depends on a number of factors including the county it takes place in, the judge, and whether it is a contested or uncontested divorce. Uncontested divorces are quicker and, on average, take about 3 months. Contested divorces are longer processes and, on average, take about 12 months.

  • How are contested and uncontested divorce different?

    Answer

    When a divorce is uncontested, both parties are able to agree on most terms of their divorce including custody, child support, alimony, property division and more. When the parties are unable to agree on the terms, they will have to file for a contested divorce. This process takes longer because it involves time spent in court, where a judge will make the decisions for the divorcing spouses.

  • Will I have to take my case to court?

    Answer

    While it is not necessary to go to court, many divorce cases are handled in the courtroom. When you work with our firm, we will try to help you end your marriage in a manner that is as amicable as possible; however, this is not always an option. If you are unable to resolve your divorce peacefully, we are prepared to represent you in court, where we will ensure your rights and interests are protected.

  • Why do I need an attorney?

    Answer

    The family law system can be complicated, and divorce proceedings can be especially personal, complex, and emotionally charged. You need a lawyer who will actively protect your rights and interests, and ensure your divorce goes as smoothly as possible. When you work with our firm, we will provide you with supportive guidance from start to finish, and help pave your path toward a better future.

  • Brett H. Pritchard

    Founding Attorney

What Makes Us Different?

We Put Clients First

  • We Offer Free Initial Consultations

  • We Provide a "Hands on" Approach

  • Military Discounts for Our Service Members

  • Track Record of Client Success

  • Highly Recommended by Our Clients

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  • “They make a great team and I for one am glad I have them in my corner.”

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  • “I would highly recommend Brett to anyone wanting, needing, and deserving to win their family legal case.”

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  • “I believe that my sweet daughter will be able to grow up in the loving home that she deserves because we chose the right attorney.”

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