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Divorce Process in Texas

Divorce Process in Texas

     Most divorce cases are settled…eventually.  However, many cases run through at least the initial phases of litigation prior to the parties resolving their issues.   No case is identical, but most cases tend to follow the same general path.  This article hopes to increase your understanding of what to expect during your divorce case, albeit in the most general terms.  Nonlegal teminology, rather than legaleze used in Texas courts  (e.g., Custody vs. Conservatorship) has been adopted for the reader's convenience.  

Issues In Divorce Cases 

   The purpose of a divorce action is, of course, to terminate the marriage, but this is not usually a issue of contention as most states including Texas have one form of no fault divorce or another.  Simply alleging that the marriage is not salvagable is usually enough to terminate the marriage.   The issues in dispute typically include  1) how to fairly divide the assets and debts of the divorcing parties, 2)

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