Texas Divorce Forms
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Types of Divorce Forms
Generally speaking, there are three types of Texas divorce forms (1) uncontested divorce forms; (2) attorney assisted divorce forms; and (3) free do-it-yourself divorce forms.
If money is not an issue, the attorney assisted divorce is preferred. If you have divorce experience, the free DIY forms may be sufficient, but you have to spend about an hour filling in blanks. Between the two extremes (free vs expensive) you have uncontested divorce form providers like us filling the void and becoming a popular option.
1. Uncontested Divorce Forms
Uncontested/personalized divorce forms are popular because they are prepared by someone with knowledge of the divorce process and delivered ready to sign and file. For a couple hundred dollars, your divorce papers are prepared for you based on your responses to an online interview and then you download your personalized forms along with step-by-step instructions on how to use them. By using uncontested divorce forms, you can complete your divorce without hiring an attorney.
For $299, you can create & download your personalized divorce forms today. You'll complete a short interview where you'll provide information about yourself, your spouse, your kids (if applicable) and the desired terms of the divorce. Your personalized divorce kit will include all of the required forms and corresponding instructions. By using uncontested divorce forms you can complete your own divorce without an attorney...simply print, sign, and file.
2. Attorney Assisted Divorce
3. Free Texas Divorce Forms
If you decide that you don't need any help and would like to go at this alone, there are free forms available on the internet. This is only a good idea if you have a lot of time to figure things out, otherwise see "Uncontested Divorce Forms" above.
Uncontested Divorce Forms
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Am I Eligible?
An uncontested divorce in Texas is an option if:
- One spouse has lived in Texas for at least six months; and
- Both spouses will agree to the terms of the divorce.