Simple Divorce Now


Let me guess. You are super busy. You don’t want to waste precious time off finding a lawyer’s office. But, you really do need to get divorced. So, you are Googling around, looking to see if it just might be possible to get a divorce from home, online. The answer is, “almost”. At our Firm, you can get almost your entire divorce done at home, but, you do have to make one court appearance at the very end of the...

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This is for those of you who are facing the challenging task of finding the right lawyer –even possibly the BEST lawyer for your family law case.  A lawyer is generally going to cost you a few thousand dollars, so you’d prefer not to just guess that the lawyer is good at their job. Make no mistake about it–just like all things in life, there are good and bad people in the profession. You are facing some stressful...

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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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