Sugar Land Divorce Attorney
In the last decade alone, Sugar Land, Texas has grown by more than 158%, effectively making it one of the fastest growing and most affluent cities in the entire state. In 2011, the U.S. Census Bureau issued reports estimating that Sugar Land's population totaled 84,511, up from the 78,817 figure it reported only the year before. Today, the city continues to grow and prosper with an estimated 20,000+ households and 17,000+ families in the area.
As of 2006, Sugar Land was home to 20,515 households of which 51.2% had one or more children under the age of 18. An estimated 74.5% of these households were comprised of married couples and approximately 8.4% were home to a female householder in the absence of a husband. Only 14.6% of Sugar Land's households in 2006 were home to non-families. On average, the typical household size came in at 3.06 and the average family size was similar at 3.36. Out of the 20,000+ households in Sugar Land as of 2006, there were estimated to be 527 unwed couples living together:
- 400 of these couples were heterosexual
- 71 of these couples were same-sex males
- 56 of these couples were same-sex females
Three years in the running Sugar Land has been named the "Fittest City in Texas," beginning in 2004 and lasting through 2006. Demographically, our city has proven to be Texas' highest concentration of Asians; practicing Catholics make up a little more than 30% of the city's entire population. With an ever-growing population and seemingly increasing prosperity, the residents of Sugar Land are proud to call it their own.
Dealing with Divorce
In a city that has experienced abundant amounts of wealth and affluence, what remains less reported and advertised is the number of familial issues that arise among families in the area. Even in a prospering city, it can be difficult to sustain a marriage that has presented itself as difficult, unmanageable or even abusive. When domestic violence or spousal disputes enter into a marriage, there is sometimes no recovering – no matter where you live. When this is the case, sometimes the best thing to do is consider
legal separation or even
divorce to dissolve the marriage and essentially put an end the issues involved with it.
At the Law Office of Dan Kirby we are here to help the residents of Sugar Land who have found themselves in a marriage that is no longer good for them or their children. When you contact our office you can speak with an associate from the firm completely free of charge. During your conversation and fist consultation you and your attorney can discuss the legalities of cohabitation agreements,
parental alienation and even
spousal maintenance. Considering the dissolution of a marriage can be difficult, but with the help of our legal team it can be settled with as much ease, care and support as is possible for the situation at hand.
Links to Sugar Land Resources
Sugar Land City Services
Info Center for Family Law and Divorce
Sugar Land Map