agreed divorce Tag

After the "petition" is filed, and ONLY after the petition is filed, the Petitioner can present the Respondent (the other spouse) a Waiver of Service. Anytime someone is sued, including uncontested divorces, they are entitled to notice of the lawsuit. The Court will require proof that spouse has received a copy of the petition and knows there is a lawsuit...

In a prior article we discussed the basics of an uncontested divorce in Texas. But what exactly is an uncontested divorce? An uncontested divorce means that you have agreed on the following: actually getting divorced; division of all property and debts; and (if applicable) all child related issues, including child support; health insurance; conservatorship (which includes custody); and the visitation arrangements whether...

This post will be the first in a series of posts on agreed or uncontested divorces in Texas. Everything in here applies anywhere in Texas. Since we will be addressing uncontested divorces, I am going to keep it very basic. However, before beginning a discussion on an uncontested or agreed divorce there needs to be a focus on the basics of a...