Arlington TX has a population of just over 379,000 people and was founded in 1876. Settlements date back as far as the 1840s, and there is speculation that there may have been settlers there even before that time. While the town started out tiny, it has grown by leaps and bounds. Now it is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area, with easy access to the larger cities that are located nearby. You can also get access to a number of services right in Arlington, reducing the need to travel to other areas to ensure the best quality professionals. Those professionals include the Law Office of Leigh Ann Schenk.
If you and your spouse have decided that your marriage is over, you have come to the right place. Choosing a high quality attorney is very important, as the attorney you choose can have a significant impact on the resolution of your divorce proceedings. Additionally, your choice of attorney can also affect the entire divorce process, from how long it takes to how easily it is handled and how much stress the process causes for you and your spouse, along with children, friends and other family members who may be impacted by your decision to end your marriage. A knowledgeable and empathetic attorney like Leigh Ann Schenk can lessen the stress of the divorce process.
When you seek out your Arlington divorce attorney, consider several factors. Education and experience are very important, as is personality. You want an attorney who can empathize with you, and who can talk to you about your concerns throughout the divorce process. You can get all of that at Schenk Law. There are serious legal aspects that have to be addressed, and laws that have to be followed, but reducing the process to only its most clinical and legal aspects can make it more difficult to get through. When you have an attorney like Leigh Ann Schenk who is willing to really listen, and who can show compassion for your situation, it can be easier to move through your divorce, whether you initiated it or had it thrust upon you by a spouse who has decided to move on.
As you move through the process of divorce, Schenk Law can help you with mediation, discussions with your spouse and legal concerns about what is fair and equitable. If you have children, it becomes more complicated, since you want to make sure you do the right thing for them, over and above anything that you and your spouse might prefer. Even without children in the picture, the fairer and more equitable you can be, the easier the divorce will generally be on you and your spouse, and Schenk Law can help with that.