divorce


You may be ready to get remarried.  You are in love.  You are sure about him/her. The sooner the big day, the better!  There is just one problem.  You are already married, and it’s to the wrong person.  Perhaps you have been separated from your current spouse for years, or perhaps not.  Your question is, how soon can you be remarried after you get a divorce in Texas? In other words, how many days do you have to wait for your new...

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Of course, I am am biased.  After all, I am a lawyer.  If I was going through my very own agreed divorce, I myself would even hire a lawyer to represent me!  Yes,  it is possible to get divorced without an Attorney, but I simply do not recommend it.  Protect your estate that you have worked hard for, protect yourself, and the interests of your children and just hire a lawyer.  Hiring the lawyer may even save you money in the long run,...

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Divorce Forms

Divorce Forms


Posted on Jan 7, 2013

Introduction In Texas, no-fault divorce is filed on the grounds of “in supportability.” In Texas, as in all states, a person can file a simple pro se divorce, meaning a divorce without an attorney. A simple divorce occurs when both spouses wish to be divorced, do not have children, and have no arguments or issues over how to divide the property. You can file the paperwork with the clerk of court at your district court or...

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DIY Divorce

DIY Divorce


Posted on Dec 6, 2012

DIY DIVORCE Many people seek to execute their own divorce simply to avoid attorney’s fees.   The do-it-yourself process in law is called “pro se”, meaning doing it without a lawyer. It is generally possible to handle your own divorce in Texas, but only in situations where there are no contested or complicated matters at hand.  You and your spouse cannot be fighting over the kids, cannot be fighting over any items you...

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