Divorce for women,

by women.

We help women avoid court, protect their money, and move on.

Unhealthy relationships grind you down mentally, physically, and spiritually, leaving you feeling exhausted and drained. Where you once shined bright like a diamond, you now feel like a lump of coal. So, what do you do? You’re a diamond, dear, and Alexandra Geczi PLLC is here to help you get your sparkle back.

DIVORCE

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Does this sound like you? Your marriage lacks intimacy and connection. You no longer share the same values as your spouse (especially around children and money). You worry that a divorce will negatively impact your financial future or disrupt your children’s lives. You’ve tried counseling but still, feel like something is missing. You feel overwhelmed by your emotions. We know because we’ve helped hundreds of women who’ve been where you are now transform their lives into something brilliant.

Frequently Asked Questions:

How do you divide property in a divorce?

The first step towards dividing assets in divorce in Texas is understanding the difference between community property and separate property. We help you gather information to identify your marital property, and then we to devise the best strategy to protect your assets. We also address special property issues, like dividing the house, retirement accounts, high net worth assets, businesses, student loans, and IRS tax debts.

How do we minimize the impact of divorce on our kids?

Divorce can be difficult for children. As a mother herself, Alexandra Geczi understands the heartache a parent feels when their child is suffering and the desire to shield your child from pain. Children in the middle of divorce often share the same feelings and emotions as you but they may respond in different ways. We encourage therapy and counseling before, during, or after divorce, depending on your child’s needs. We also work with you to understand your unique relationship dynamics and come up with a co-parenting strategy and parenting plan that works for you and your family. We can help flesh out creative visitation schedules, custody agreements, and child support arrangements.

How do you file for divorce?

The Texas divorce process can be simplified into the following steps: (1) file the paperwork, (2) notify your spouse, (3) gather and exchange information, (4) negotiate and/or mediate, (5) go to trial if you can’t settle by agreement, (6) draft the final order for the judge to sign. Every case is different, so these steps may vary for your particular situation. Also, it’s not uncommon for women to file for divorce. In fact, women initiate most divorces. If you’re ready to file for divorce, contact our office for guidance and resources.

Is legal separation in Texas better than divorce?

In Texas, you are either married or you’re not. There is no “legal separation”, even after you file for divorce. However, you and your spouse can create contractual agreements such as Postmarital Agreements (postnups) and Separation Agreements to govern how things will be divided while still married or in the event of divorce. Our skilled divorce lawyers can help you negotiate and draft a customized agreement to fit your needs. Alternatively, we are one of the only divorce law firms who offers Divorce Planning services. If you are thinking about divorce but want to plan things out, this may be a great option.

How do we negotiate and calculate a house buyout in a divorce?

The house is often one of the biggest assets in a marital estate. The house can carry not just financial value but also emotional value and a desire to maintain stability for the kids. In a divorce, the marital home is either kept by one party or sold. Either way, the divorcing couple will need to calculate the value of the house and figure out how to divide it. If you are considering keeping the house in a divorce, you will need to consider several factors such as whether you can afford it and if refinancing is needed. Another consideration is who will live in the house while the divorce is pending or until the house is sold and who will pay the bills. An experienced divorce lawyer can help you work through these questions and negotiate a settlement that works best for you.

How does split custody work in Texas?

Many of our clients find that their husbands suddenly become more involved fathers when divorce comes into play. Their husbands push hard for split custody or 50/50 visitation schedules, often motivated by the misconception that they won’t have to pay child support that way. However, the reality is that 50/50 custody usually only works when parents are able to co-parent well together and live close to each other. If you are feeling pressured into split custody or 50/50 visitation arrangement, please contact us to discuss your options.

Testimonials

I was referred to Alexandra by a friend who had used her services and spoke well of her. I found Alexandra and her team friendly and knowledgeable, and the best group anyone in a legal bind could hope to work with

– J.N. Bank Administrator

Mrs. Geczi was professional, courteous and concerned. I felt in good hands from the start to the end of my divorce case. She advised me very professionally, and I received great value for the money. I would absolutely recommend her service.

– J.H. Manager of Financial Operations

Ready to get started?

Sometimes, the first step is the hardest. But we make it easy. Call us at (972)-838-1181 or Click here to book your complimentary case evaluation. It takes only a few minutes, but the peace of mind lasts a lifetime.

Alexandra Geczi, Esq

Alexandra Geczi is a mother, women’s advocate, and family law attorney ranked by Texas SuperLawyers as one of the best divorce attorneys in Dallas since 2011. She founded the law firm on the belief that equality for women equates to a better world for everyone. 

Why choose a female attorney?

We are one of the only family law firms in the country that is dedicated to divorce for women. Whether you are a stay-at-home mom and homemaker wife or the breadwinner for your family, a young woman just starting out or an empty nester planning retirement, we understand the unique issues women like you face. Founded by a female divorce lawyer, Alexandra Geczi PLLC created a law firm dedicated to the nuances of your needs.

Why is our approach the best for you?

When divorce escalates into battle, no one wins. But in divorce, emotions often flare. And if your spouse hires a “bulldog” attorney, that just fans the flames. Fortunately, we know how to keep things cool, using a combination of litigation experience, strategic divorce planning, and collaborative law methods. We focus on problem solving to help you reach agreements and strive towards an amicable divorce. We think our lawyers are the best divorce attorneys in Dallas, but you don’t have to take our word for it.

What areas do we serve?

We are a Dallas-based divorce law firm serving clients throughout the State of Texas, both virtually and in person. We also serve the following areas: Dallas, Frisco, Plano, Richardson, Lakewood, Park Cities, Dallas County, Collin County, Denton County, Tarrant County (Fort Worth), Travis County (Austin), Bexar County (San Antonio), Harris County (Houston), Smith County (Tyler), and other counties.

Why Is Our Logo a Diamond?

“You’re a diamond, dear…they can’t break you.”
The transformation of divorce is like the transformation of coal into diamond. Our clients come to us feeling scared, alone, ashamed, angry, depressed…like a lump of coal. They undergo tremendous pressure, financially, spiritually, and emotionally, much like the pressure carbon undergoes to transform. And at the end of this process, clients get a brighter future, like a brilliant gem. And like a diamond having gone through this transformative experience, they become unbreakable.

Our Team

It’s all about empowering women.

We believe women should be empowered to live their best life, free from a toxic marriage. We believe women shouldn’t feel fearful, but confident about their choices and the actions they can take. And we believe that wanting a comfortable quality of life after divorce is nothing to feel sorry about.

Unleash your sparkle.

If you’ve made it this far, then you know that things are not going to get better unless something changes. Our compassionate team will offer you guidance and resources to help you with that next step. The call is free. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain. Call now and get your sparkle back.