Texas Divorce Forms

Generally speaking, there are 3 categories of Texas divorce forms (1) free do-it-yourself divorce forms; (2) uncontested divorce forms from an online divorce form provider like us (see the chart below); and (3) attorney assisted divorce forms ($1000s).

If money is not an issue, the attorney assisted divorce is preferred. If you have divorce experience, the free DIY forms may be sufficient. DIY divorce forms are free, but you have to spend about an hour filling in blanks...you can see examples below. Between the two extremes (free vs expensive) you have personalized divorce forms filling the void and becoming the most popular option. Uncontested/personalized divorce forms are popular because they are prepared by someone with knowledge of the divorce process and forms and delivered ready to sign and file. Your divorce papers are prepared for you based on your responses to an online interview and then downloaded along with instructions on how to use your personalized forms. By using uncontested divorce forms, you can complete your divorce without hiring an attorney.

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  • Our Forms

  • $299

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  • CompleteCase

  • $299

  • Instant
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  • Unlimited changes to your forms within 30 days30 Days
  • Plus most provinces in Canada.
  • If the forms are not accepted due to the fault of Complete Case, they will make any changes requested by the court or judge (without charge), or a refund will be issued.
  • 3StepDivorce

  • $299

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  • Unlimited
  • If docs rejected by the court due to the fault of 3 Step Divorce, you will be provided a 100% refund.
  • LegalZoom

  • $749

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  • Hassle-free revisions for 30 days30 Days
  • If request made within 60 days of purchase.

Free Texas Divorce Forms

Inexpensive Personalized Divorce Forms

Attorney Assisted Divorce

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  3. My wife originally was going to sign a non-contested divorce decree she has since changed her mind what do I do now. The judge can’t sign the non-contest since she refuses to sign it what do I file now in Johnson County Texas

    • It sounds like your divorce is now contested. If true, you’ll want to hire an attorney to handle the future paperwork (and any hearings, mediation, and/or trial).

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