If you are struggling with the legal realities of a Texas divorce, you need an experienced and caring lawyer in your corner defending your rights ― and the rights of your children.

At the Law Offices of Nora M. Artalejo, we take a comprehensive approach to divorce, making sure all of your concerns are addressed and both your immediate and future needs are met. From beginning to end, we will carefully guide you through this challenging process and always provide you with honest, straightforward legal advice.

We truly care about the well-being of you and your family, which is why we always try to resolve divorces amicably and avoid lengthy court battles unless we have no other choice. However, if litigation is necessary, rest assured that attorney Nora M. Artalejo has the extensive experience necessary to fight on your behalf in the courtroom.

We Cover Every Aspect Of Divorce

At the Law Offices of Nora M. Artalejo, we can help you with a wide variety of divorce-related issues, including:

We can even assist you with post-divorce issues that often arise, including the modification or enforcement of orders related to spousal maintenance, child custody or child support.

If you are simply preparing for divorce or are already in the midst of one, contact the Law Offices of Nora M. Artalejo to speak to an experienced divorce lawyer in El Paso. Schedule a consultation today. You can reach out to us online or call us at 915-519-4697.

Understanding The Difference Between Contested And Uncontested Divorce

There are essentially two kinds of divorce, contested and uncontested. A contested divorce occurs when you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse cannot reach an agreement regarding the specifics of your divorce, including issues related to property division, child custody and spousal maintenance, just to name a few. Conversely, if the two of you can agree on all divorce-related issues, then your divorce is considered uncontested.

However, regardless of whether your divorce is contested or uncontested, you need an attorney by your side protecting your rights ― or risk making a mistake that may cost you and your family in the long run. In either case, attorney Nora M. Artalejo can help.