Best Divorce Lawyers in San Antonio, TX

Our law firm remains steadfast in seeking the best resolution for you in a divorce. We understand that this is an emotional time for all involved and seek a satisfactory settlement for you and your children. Our compassionate attorneys pursue a solution that fulfills your requirements, and minimizes pain and suffering.
Lawyer explaining the agreement - Divorce Law in San Antonio, TX

What Is the Difference Between a Fault and No-Fault Divorce?

When you and your spouse agree on the major issues of ending your marriage, you can seek a no-fault divorce. This is by far the simplest and easiest alternative.
However, if there are disagreements about division of property, child custody, and alimony, then we suggest mediation or arbitration to reach an agreement with a fault divorce. If none of these options work, then our attorneys will represent you in court.

Our commitment to our clients

Contact ustoday to negotiate the best settlement for you and your children. We proudly serve clients in San Antonio and Karnes City, and throughout the State of Texas.

Spousal Support

Spousal Maintenance can be ordered by a Texas Court only if the spouse seeking the maintenance if the court finds that he or she lackes sufficient property (including his or her separate property) to provide for their minimum reasonalbe needs AND the court Finds one of the following:

1. Family violence has occurred within 2 years prior to the Divorce suit being filed or has occurred while the Divorce was pending; OR
2. One of the following applies to the spouse seeking maintenance:
a. He or she has the inability to earn sufficient income to provide for his or her minimum reasonable needs because of an incapacitating physical or mental disability; OR
b. He or she has been married to the other spouse for a minumum of 10 years and he or she lacks the inability to earn sufficient income to provide for his or her minimum reasonable needs; OR
c. He or she is the custodian of a child of the marriage of any age who requires substantial care and personal supervision because of physical or mental disability that prevents he or she from earning sufficient income to provide for his or her minimum reasonable needs.

Comprehensive Divorce Services

Divorce involves separating the lives of you, your spouse, and your children in a multitude of ways – from finance to custody of the children to living arrangements. Even the most amicable of no-fault divorces involve complex legal agreements. Our attorneys have the expertise to help you with:
  • Distribution of Community Property
  • Alimony
  • Child Custody
  • Visitation
  • Child Support
  • Restraining Orders
  • Temporary Orders
  • No Fault and Fault Divorce
  • Military Divorce
  • Mediation
  • Annulment
  • Grandparents' Rights
Divorce concept marriage - Divorce Law in San Antonio, TX

Modification Of Child Support And Custody Orders

When a divorce in finalized and child support and custody are decided, it is tempting to think that you will never have to consider those issues again. However, if your situation or the situation of the children's other parent changes in any substantial way, it may be necessary to seek a modification that affects custody and support.
If you need to modify support obligations or payments, or modify custody arrangements, our dedicated team of San Antonio, Texas, family lawyers is here for you. At Bineham & Gillen, PLLC, we have helped numerous families throughout the region obtain modifications so that child support and custody agreements accurately reflect changes in their lives or the lives of their former spouses. We provide you high-quality representation, personal attention from an experienced lawyer and the customized advice that you need to get through these complex matters.

Seek Legal Help Early for the Best Resolution

When you are considering that life-altering decision of divorce, we recommend that one of the first things you do is contact an attorney who will stand as a powerful advocate for you.
Our lawyers know how to negotiate to get the best settlement for you and know when it is in your best interests to take the case to court. Request a free consultation to speak to a professional who is well versed in guiding people through this difficult time in their lives.