Texas Divorce Resources & Statutes

If you would like to learn more about Texas divorce laws, research the Texas Code on your own, or if you simply need a lawyer specializing in Texas divorce law at this time, you will find the resources you need right here.

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Texas Community Property Rules

Texas community property distribution utilizes a standard called fair and equitable. Instead of being bound by a rigid fifty-fifty rule of division, the judge can look at a variety of factors to determine the division of property. When deciding how to divide marital property, an individual should consider all of the implications of how the property is divided as separating the intricacies of joint finances during a divorce can be complicated.

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Texas Divorce Law, Lawyers & Attorneys

There’s rarely a happy time to contemplate a divorce or separation. These issues are typically fraught with stress and anxiety. It does help, however, to know what the legal issues are and what to expect in the divorce or separation process.

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Texas Alimony

Alimony has very limited applications in Texas family law. Instead, Texas has provisions for spousal support which can require one spouse to continue providing support the other spouse under very limited circumstances.

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Texas Divorce & Separation

Texas has both fault and no-fault divorce, but has no provision for legal separation. To file for divorce in Texas, you must file a Petition for Divorce with the District court in your county.

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