Divorce Finalization – Texas

Aug 8, 2012 by

Question: 

I filed for divorce in March. I sent my husband the stamped and notarized documents I got from the courthouse after the 60 days was up in June. He signed the original papers, and now he refuses to sign a waiver stating he does not want to be present at the final hearing, and also refuses to sign the final papers. We will be apart a year on December 31, 2009. What should I do next? I want this over with so I can get on with my life. No kids are involved, just a list of some personal items and my house, which I inherited in my name only and is separate property.

State: 
Texas

Answer: 

If you can afford it, schedule a one-time consultation with a divorce attorney to help you finalize the divorce, it sounds like you are close. If you cannot afford an attorney, you may qualify for legal assistance at http://www.texaslawhelp.org. – The Divorce.com Team

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