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Outstanding Among Board Certified Divorce Lawyers

Bobby Barina, Attorney at Law

If you find yourself confronted with the complicated situation of divorce,  seek legal counsel. You need someone who will represent you and your position. An experienced attorney with specialty knowledge of Central Texas law. A lawyer Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Family Law.

Attorney Bobby Barina Has 25+ Years of Experience

Find a Divorce Lawyer As Soon As Possible

With more than 1,700 cases judged, Attorney Bobby Barina can handle the full spectrum of divorces–from simple to high profile.

A lawyer for divorce can file documents required in the divorce process.

The first document essential to the process of dissolving a marriage is the Petition for Divorce. A petition must be filed by one spouse but is not necessary for both to file.

After the initial filing document, there may be as many as 20 other documents to complete and file before the final divorce decree is signed off by a judge. This is determined according to the specifications of your case.


An Aggressive Divorce Lawyer Using Today’s Technology

Mr. Barina assures you he will attack your case with every resource available. He has streamlined the paperwork process by using the latest technology and an electronic filing systems in turn minimizing time and expenses, and to better utilize his clients resources.

Contested and Uncontested Divorce Options

As a practical definition, an uncontested divorce is one in which both spouses in the marriage come to a full and final agreement on all issues relating to the marriage including debt distribution and other financial obligations including retirement benefits, division of assets and property, and temporary spousal support.

Often on quite the opposite end of the spectrum, a contested divorce is when a couple is unable to come to any agreement on one or all issues regarding the dissolution of their marriage, even under the advisement of legal counsel.

Uncontested Divorce Lawyers Can Save Time and Money

It is true that an uncontested divorce has the potential to save you time as you are not necessarily waiting for your case to go to court.

If you choose this method, you may hire an attorney by the hour, costing you less and avoiding the need for a retainer fee.



Uncontested does not mean the process is easier for a couple. It requires you to work together with your pending ex-spouse, making major decisions and agreeing 100% on every detail, in order to avoid battling over every minute issue in court.

If a minor child or children were the product of a marriage, there may be reason for the custody and support portions of the divorce to be handled by the court, thereby making it contested.

It is all predicated on what is in the best interest of the child(ren).


Common Law Divorce Cases

The state of Texas does recognize the common law marriage. In such cases, three requirements must be met:

  1. A couple must live in Texas.
  2. A couple must openly declare they are married to each other, even though no license has been filed or official ceremony has taken place.
  3. These acts must occur simultaneously.

If a common law marriage is implied but one of the parties disputes the claim, a common law divorce may be necessary to settle the division of property and assets as well as determining matters of child custody, visitation, and child support.

I Need a Divorce Lawyer Near Me

Attorney Bobby Barina has been practicing law in and near Killeen, Texas for more than 25 years. His professional attitude and proven strategy are the keys to his success in representing more than 1,500 clients.

Get a free divorce lawyer consultation.

Call today to set up a free consultation and make the right choice with Attorney Barina.

A Contested Divorce Lawyer is with You All the Way

His streamlined process developed over the years can save you time and money in the long run. From the initial consultation to the final court date, he handles each client’s case from a personal experience perspective. He truly cares about his clients and their goals for a favorable outcome.

Finding a Divorce Lawyer is Serious Business

Your personal life is a sensitive subject, but when divorce is eminent, private issues often become public. Your goal is to find legal representation who will protect your information and reputation as much as possible.

A multitude of qualifications are important in hiring a divorce lawyer.

Attorney Bobby Barina is certified in Family Law by the Texas Board and specializes in the areas of divorce, child custody, child support, and visitation, plus father’s and grandparent’s rights and other areas of family law.


Texas Divorce Modification Options

According to the Texas Family Code, a divorce modification may be granted to most issues covered in a divorce decree with the possible exception being the original division of assets and property. Temporary spousal support, child custody and visitation, and child support may be adjusted after a period of time or as conditions or situations change.

If you are divorced and think you qualify for a modification to your final Decree of Divorce, contact Attorney Barina. He will review your case and counsel you on available options.

Local Divorce Lawyer

Bobby Barina always has your best interest in mind. Meeting face to face is the first step to building a great attorney-client relationship. His office is convenient to Killeen, Texas and he represents clients from all around the central Texas area.


Consider a Divorce Mediation Lawyer

When a couple has mutually determined they no longer wish to be married, a divorce mediation may be the answer to help iron out the details.

Mediation allows for a more friendly, business-like approach to the division of assets and liabilities, and cuts down on the amount of time for discovery.

Mediation also narrows down the details of child custody and support without arguing in front of the kids.

Property Division in a Divorce

Division of a household and its belongings is likely the most difficult and painstaking part of any divorce. Couples tend to get greedy when it comes to the thought of separating from their precious assets. Often even more upsetting to one or the other individual is the thought of the former partner getting “their” stuff.

Typically, items belonging to a spouse prior to the marriage will stay with that person. Only property acquired during the marriage will be considered.


A Property Division Attorney Can Keep Civility

Don’t sweat the details. If you seek a fair division of your property, hire an attorney with decades of experience to his credit.

Attorney Bobby Barina is well-versed in dealing with small and large property holdings and assets. He knows how to maintain a professional attitude when emotions take control.

Whether physical or financial, he will help you filter through all aspects and documents and providing the best recommendation for your benefit.

Your Property Division Lawyer in a Community Property State

Texas, being a community property state, attempts to divide assets accumulated during a marriage in a “just and right” way. This does not mean an even 50/50 split. Whether gained by a husband, wife, or both spouses, there will be questions to determine who will take possession upon the final decree.

Bobby Barina is the attorney you need when discussing property division for your divorce.