Texas Divorce Forms
Types of Divorce Forms
There are three types of Texas divorce forms:
If money is not an issue, the attorney assisted divorce is the way to go. If you have experience navigating the divorce process, the free DIY forms may be sufficient. Between the two extremes (free vs expensive) you have the most popular option: uncontested divorce forms.
Uncontested Divorce Forms
Attorney Assisted Divorce
If you want help throughout the process or just don't want to use do-it-yourself Texas divorce forms, we recommend hiring a local divorce lawyer. This is a must if you have a contested divorce in Texas. A contested divorce is one where the spouses will NOT agree on the terms of the divorce. In other words, the spouses will submit arguments to the court and let the court decide what the terms of the divorce should be. In this case, you should hire a Texas divorce lawyer to represent you.
Here are some Texas divorce attorneys that have excellent reviews:
Free Texas Divorce Forms
If you decide that you don't need any help and would like to go at this alone, you can use the free forms below. This is only a good idea if you have a lot of time to figure things out, otherwise see "Uncontested Divorce Forms" above.