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Uncontested Texas Divorce Online: Is It My Best Option?

Online divorce services for uncontested divorces are becoming increasingly popular in Texas because they are quicker to complete and could be less expensive during this trying period. While online divorce is a convenient option, it may not work in every situation.  Before starting with online divorce filings, let’s look at the benefits, disadvantages, and legal …

Understanding Uncontested Divorce Forms in Texas: Insights from a Lawyer

Are you thinking about divorce in Texas but worried about mountains of paperwork? An uncontested divorce is a streamlined option that could save you time, money, and emotional stress. Our experienced divorce lawyer provides insights on the necessary Texas uncontested divorce forms and their requirements. What Is an Uncontested Divorce? In Texas, an uncontested divorce, …

Navigating Uncontested Divorce in Texas: Court Appearances and Child Custody

Going through an uncontested divorce in Houston, TX, especially when there are children involved, can raise many questions. Is a court appearance necessary? What about child custody?  Even if you and your partner have decided to end your marriage amicably, handling the legal details and ensuring a smooth transition for your children can be complicated. …

Step-by-Step Guide: How to File for an Uncontested Divorce in Texas

Texas offers a streamlined process for couples who agree on the terms of their initial separation and ultimately, final divorce. An uncontested divorce is the quickest and most cost-effective way to dissolve a valid marriage in the Lone Star State. Whether you’re filing your documents solo or with your soon-to-be ex-spouse, this comprehensive guide will …

We’re Expanding Our Agreed Divorce Services to Other Texas Cities!

After working in family law for the past 14 years from an intern in a local family law court to running my own practice, I have decided to expand our Agreed reduced retainer Family law Services. The services we include: Agreed Divorce Agreed Motion to Modify Agreed Child Name Change Agreed Suit Affecting P/C Relationship …

I Recently Moved To Texas. Can I File A Divorce Or Family Law Suit Here?

To obtain a divorce in the state of Texas, at least one of the spouses must have been domiciled in the state of Texas for the six months preceding the filing of the divorce suit as well as a resident of the county in which the suit will be filed for at least the preceding 90 days. If neither spouse has been a Texas resident for at least six months prior to filing the suit, you have not established jurisdiction and will need to wait until six months have passed until you may file for divorce in Texas. This is a jurisdictional issue, meaning that the Court has no power to grant a divorce until at least one spouse has met the residency requirements.

Five Things To Do After Your Divorce Is Final

  1. Transfer of property

  2. Your Final Decree of Divorce will include language awarding property to you and your ex, however that is not the final step in the process of awarding property. Make sure that, if relevant to your case, documents such as Special Warranty Deeds, Deeds of Trust or Powers of Attorneys are signed, notarized and filed with the proper entities. Don’t wait until an issue pops up down the road to discover that you never transferred the title to a piece of property, make sure it’s all handled quickly after your divorce is finalized.

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