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Divorce

Divorce Lawyers in Temple

Successfully Helping Families Throughout Texas

The dissolution of a marriage can be a confusing and emotionally charged experience. If you are facing a divorce, you may be well served to enlist the assistance of an experienced legal team for the guidance you need to find the most efficient and effective resolution to your proceedings.

At Young & Libersky, our attorneys understand how difficult the divorce process can be and work to provide the detailed and compassionate assistance you need to guide your family through the process. Attorney Barbara Young is Board Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Attorney Lynn Libersky also provides experienced family law representation for our clients. Whether you are undergoing a traditional divorce or require advanced attention to resolve property cases, military divorce matters, our divorce attorneys in Killeen and Temple have the in-depth experience and detailed knowledge needed to address your concerns.

Contact us online now at our Killeen office by calling (254) 236-6296 or our Temple office at (254) 327-1884, and our team at our Temple and Killeen Offices can offer dedicated support to discuss your divorce circumstances.

Detailed Guidance During Your Divorce Proceedings

Going through a divorce is a difficult process as it is, but there are also many kinds of complicated circumstances that can make it even more complex. Fortunately, no matter what situation you are facing, our talented staff has the knowledge to tackle any case related to divorce.

Just some examples of the kinds of situations we have supported our clients with include:

Getting a Contested Divorce in Texas

When people hear the phrase “contested divorce,” they often assume that one of the divorcing parties does not want a separation, but this is not usually the case. In the state of Texas, a contested divorce refers to a situation where the two partners cannot come to an agreement about the specific divorce terms. These circumstances could include a case where one party does not want to pay spousal support or alimony, or when another party has issues about the other’s rights to child custody and visitation, or even a scenario where former divorce terms need to be modified. In any of these scenarios, the individuals would need to go to court, which is why it is so critical to get legal advice from our dedicated lawyers.

Dedicated Advocacy for Every Situation

The ultimate goal of getting a divorce is being able to start your life anew. However, the road to this can be complicated and messy. Even if your spouse is leaving amicably, the legal elements can greatly slow the process and cost an exorbitant amount of your savings. Whatever your specific divorce concerns may be, our divorce lawyers in Killeen work diligently to provide the effective and accessible guidance you need to find the most favorable and efficient resolutions possible for your situation.

Call us today in Killeen at (254) 236-6296, in Temple at (254) 327-1884, or by contacting us online, and our team at Young & Libersky can set up a complimentary consultation to answer all your questions about divorce.

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Recommended & Reviewed by Clients & Colleagues
  • My experience with them have been a joy.

    “They provide great customer service,they return calls and they have made this experience so easy for me and my kids.”

    - Debbie H.
  • Amazing Attorney

    “Lynn went above and beyond on my case, from the time of our initial consultation through after our case was complete.”

    - Joe
  • Excellent Firm

    “An excellent firm that explains your options and acts quickly to represent your interests.”

    - Doug E.
  • Barbara Young and her team are fabulous.

    “They are caring and compassionate as well as top in her field of law.”

    - Paul
  • Outstanding attorney

    “She has always been the utmost professional. She is strategic and highly intelligent. She has integrity and will always be honest with you and with the court.”

    - Jennifer
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Working with Young & Libersky

Get the Attention and Dedication Your Case Requires
  • Generational Work Within Families & Clients
  • The Firm Other Firms & Attorneys Turn to
  • Close Attention to Detail and Preparation for Every Case
  • Barbara Young is Certified in Family Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization
  • A Team of Great Litigators Who Aren't Afraid to go to Trial
  • More Than 50 Years of Combined Legal Experience