Is it normal to argue with my spouse about child support during a divorce?

Yes, it can be. Many people who are going through divorce cannot agree with their spouse on a number of issues, including child support, whether it is about who will pay it or how much they will pay. When you cannot agree with your spouse on a divorce settlement term, like child support payments, this is called a contested divorce. Sometimes contested divorces can take longer than uncontested divorces, depending on how soon spouses can reach an agreement. Sometimes having an attorney help you through a contested divorce can speed up the process, so you can move on with your life.

If you are going through a contested divorce and want to make sure that you have an attorney who will fight for your rights, contact our qualified Lewisville divorce lawyers of Alexander & Associates, today by calling us at (972) 420-6560.