Houston No-Fault Divorce Lawyers
In divorces, some kind of fault is often attributed to one or both parties as the reason for the divorce, but Texas allows for “no-fault” divorces in which the usual causes of a fault-divorce do not apply and no blame is assigned. In order to file for this kind of divorce, a couple must cite “insupportability,” which means that there is no desire to attempt reconciliation and both parties of the marriage want it to end.
Even a seemingly simple no-fault divorce can come with complications, and it’s important to protect all of your interests when you are negotiating divorce terms. An experienced Houston no-fault divorce attorney of Holmes, Diggs & Sadler can help you do just that. To learn more about how we can guide you through the no-fault divorce process smoothly and effectively, call us today at (713) 802-1777.
Texas and No-Fault Divorce
Just like any other divorce, there are certain legal processes that must be completed in order for a no-fault divorce to be finalized. The no-fault divorce process in Texas involves:
- Fulfilling Texas’ residency requirements for divorce
- Completing the correct divorce documents
- Making and keeping copies of all of your documents (not required, but recommended)
- Taking completed forms to County Clerk
- Paying necessary fees
With the support of a highly experienced lawyer, you can rest assured knowing that you will complete all the necessary steps without additional frustrations or complications and have your rights and interests protected.
When you’re getting a divorce, you deserve someone who will provide comprehensive and compassionate support to you throughout the entire process. We understand the many facets of divorce and how they can affect you. Contact a Houston divorce attorney of Holmes, Diggs & Sadler today at (713) 802-1777 to speak with our team about your situation.