Dating during divorce process in texas


19-May-2017 15:02

Back To Top If you are in the military and out of state, you can file in Texas as long as either you or your spouse meets the residency requirements and if your spouse is out of state, can be served within Texas, has “minimum contacts” with Texas relating to the divorce and/or meets statutory provisions allowing the court to exercise jurisdiction over out of state residents.

The divorce complaint is filed by presenting the actual complaint along with the requisite filing fees to the clerk who will then file your complaint, assign you a court and issue citation to the opposing party.During the “prove-up” hearing, either the judge or the attorney will ask the parties standard questions about the decree (i.e.residency, whether the parties agreed, if the terms are in the best interests of the parties, etc.) and the judge will sign the final decree and it will be filed with the court.Back To Top If your spouse does not want the divorce, you are still able to pursue the divorce on your own.



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