One of the main concerns after a divorce in Texas is where you and your children will live. Many factors will go into determining which spouse gets to keep the marital house and you may find yourself moving to a new location, either locally or further from your current home.
In any case, moving is almost always a hassle and things are often more stressful in a move due to a divorce. Before you let your emotions complicate your relocation, here are some tips on making your move easier on you and your family.
First, talk to your Texas divorce attorney to see if you will need to be the one who moves out. Your attorney can advise you on your potential financial situation and parental obligations following your divorce so you have a better idea of what you can afford and whether or not you can move your children to a different state.
Moving Out and Moving On Can Be Helped by a Texas Divorce Attorney
Before you make the decision to move out of your marital home you should discuss the idea with an experienced Dallas divorce attorney. In some cases, especially when children are involved, moving out could complicate your divorce case and cause unnecessary frustration and delays.
The attorneys at Warren & Migliaccio have years of experience, and we’ll use that training to provide you peace of mind for the future, whatever the circumstances for your divorce or family law situation. From the initial consultation until the day your divorce is finalized, our Texas family lawyer team at Warren & Migliaccio is here to advocate on behalf of you and your children. Contact our Dallas law firm today at 1-888-584-9614.