Where and how can I get a cheap divorce here in Texas?

Aug 8, 2012 by

Question:  Where & how can I get a cheap divorce here in Texas? State:  Texas Answer:  The least expensive divorce you could complete in Texas would be a simple uncontested, no-fault divorce where you complete and file the necessary paperwork yourself. If you have bad relations with your spouse, a large estate or assets to dispute, or minor children living at home – the cost and complexity will go up. An online legal forms...

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How much time after getting married do you have to get an annulment?

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Question:  How much time after getting married do you have to get an annulment? State:  Missouri Answer:  None. A legal marriage is never annulled no matter how brief the length. Annulments are imposed only upon marriages that are void or voidable, and should never have happened in the first place. In other words, a marriage that was not legal. That is the only type of union that annulments are applied to. Annulments are called into use...

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What is the best way to remove the other person name from the home loan.

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Question:  When couple agree which person should keep the housing, what is the best way to remove the other person name from the loan. State:  North Carolina Answer:  The Real Estate document that relinquishes a person’s interest in a house or piece of property is called a Quit Claim Deed. Once your spouse furnishes you with a Quit Claim Deed they will no longer have any stake in the property or mortgage at all. -The Divorce.com...

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If i had a car before the divorce does he have a right to come get it?

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Question:  what if i had a car before the divorce does he have a right to come get it with his set of keys where ever it is? **Wendy Jaffe and Divorce.com can only provide general information about divorce. DO NOT RELY ON MS. JAFFE’S ADVICE ALONE. Before acting on information provided by Ms. Jaffe or by Divorce.com, talk to an attorney first about your particular facts and the law of your state. State:  Alabama ...

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Is there any way I can get a divorce from him without paying for it?

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Question:  I have been separated from my husband for over 20 years. Is there any way I can get a divorce from him without paying for it. (WI) State:  Wisconsin Answer:  Probably not. As much as your marriage might seem like a foregone conclusion after 20 years of separation, your marriage does not simply evaporate. You will still have to get a divorce and that will cost money. You can save some money by gathering and filing the paperwork...

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My husband was cheating is that help for the kids to stay with me?

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Question:  Who decides who keeps the kids because I want them to stay with me, my husband was cheating is that help for the kids to stay with me? State:  Texas Answer:  If you and your husband are able to come to an agreement about custody of your children, then the court will not have to decide custody and visitation.  This would be less expensive and probably less stressful for you.  However, if you are unable to reach an...

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How can you file for a divorce without paying for it?

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Question:  How can you file for a divorce without paying for it? State:  Arkansas Answer:  Wait for your spouse to die. That’s about the only free “divorce” available. Otherwise, you can keep costs down by preparing and filing your own documents with the court. You may also qualify for free legal assistance in your state. In Arkansas, low-income persons needing help in non-criminal matters, should visit...

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About getting a divorce

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Question:  I am married to a U.S citizen and I am Filipino. After our wedding last 2004, he left for the states (GA) and up to now i haven’t seen him in person for almost 6 years now. We do not have a divorce in Philippines, can i file a divorce online? State:  Georgia Answer:  Maybe. Even though divorce is not recognized under Philippine laws, divorce decrees secured outside the Philippines are recognized in certain instances. You...

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Can I file for divorce from Brazil?

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Question:  I have a permanent restraining order against my husband. I am 8 month pregnant and came to my hometown in Brazil to have my baby here with my family. My husband is American and wants his rights as father of our baby… Can I file for divorce from here? What are his rights with restraining order? State:  New Jersey Answer:  You didn’t provide enough detail to really answer your questions here, like your current...

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I wanted an no-fault divorce but in fear that my wife would cause problems

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Question:  Hi – I want to know what would be my situation if I wanted an no-fault divorce but in fear that my wife would cause problems in order to just agreeing what would be mostly i would be looking at going through i don’t have much money to just fight in court over anything she could have everything I’ll agree to pay child support no problem(1 child) please let me no what turn i would have to take. State:  Mississippi ...

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Filing a divorce from out of the U.S.

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Question:  Is it possible for an American living in the Philippines to file for a divorce there in the US? Can a lawyer file for him? State:  Alabama Answer:  If your soon to be ex spouse is an American citizen and currently lives in the United States, the answer is most likely “yes.” – Wendy Jaffe, ESQ. Wendy Jaffe and Divorce.com can only provide general information about divorce. DO NOT RELY ON MS. JAFFE’S...

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Husband in another state

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Question:  Hello, I filed divorce on Nov. 1, 2008 — I am in CA and my husband is in Wyoming. I have an attorney and we are trying to get a trial date, as my husband has fought the divorce as much as possible. Now, he found a loop hole in my health insurance and yesterday, 11/3/09 I just found out that he told the insurance company to cancel it and they did on 09/30/09. I was never notified and because the company canceled me, my husband now is not paying for it at all. My...

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What goes on in a divorce proceedings of a husband and wife who have children but NO assets?

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Question:  What goes on in a divorce proceedings of a husband and wife who have children but NO assets? State:  Alabama Answer:  If you have a simple, uncontested divorce without complications involved in the split, you can wrap up the paperwork of your divorce online and all you’ll have left to do is to file the documents with the court. Online divorce services are not law firms however, and are prohibited by law from offering...

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Divorce and child custody with non us citizen

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Question:  Divorce and child custody with non us citizen? **Wendy Jaffe and Divorce.com can only provide general information about divorce. DO NOT RELY ON MS. JAFFE’S ADVICE ALONE. Before acting on information provided by Ms. Jaffe or by Divorce.com, talk to an attorney first about your particular facts and the law of your state. State:  Alabama ...

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Do the final papers of a divorce document have to be done in ink?

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Question:  Do the final papers of a divorce document have to be done in ink? State:  Tennessee Answer:  Yes. The instructions for all divorce forms usually include the requirement to use black ink only. This is common to most legal documents. The use of pencil or ink in any color other than black can invalidate the forms. Using red, blue or purple ink might be legible, but it would be incorrect. If you need to make changes, use a pencil...

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What are the grounds for annulment?

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Question:  What are the grounds for an annulment?- Daniel State:  California Answer:  Daniel, the legal grounds for an annulment differ from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, but most states allow a marriage to be annulled where there was some type of fraud, or where the marriage should not have occurred in the first place such as where one of the parties is under the legal age of marriage, or where one of the parties is married to someone...

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Do I have to appear in court? Is their a court fee?

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Question:  Do I have to appear in court? Is their a court fee? I haven’t been with my wife in 4yrs – we have no kids, property, just want a divorce so I can go on with my life – but it’s so expensive can you help me? Thank you. State:  Florida Answer:  If your wife agrees to all issues involving division of property and debts, and she’s not asking for alimony, you probably don’t have much to worry...

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I need to get out, however I have no where to go and no money.

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Question:  I need to get out, however I have no where to go and no money. What are my options besides spunging off my friends? **Wendy Jaffe and Divorce.com can only provide general information about divorce. DO NOT RELY ON MS. JAFFE’S ADVICE ALONE. Before acting on information provided by Ms. Jaffe or by Divorce.com, talk to an attorney first about your particular facts and the law of your state. State:  Alabama ...

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Got married in Las Vegas but live in another state. How do I divorce?

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Question:  My husband and I got married last June in Las Vegas – I’ve since found out he’s been cheating on me. I want a divorce but don’t know how to go about doing it being that we went out of state – can you please help – everyone is telling me Connecticut doesn’t acknowledge the marriage because we went to another state? State:  Connecticut Answer:  Your Las Vegas marriage is valid in all...

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Are annulments easier and more affordable?

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Question:  I have been married to a man since June of 2002. I left him in October of 2004. I have been on my own and I have a daughter who was born in March 2003. I want to either get a divorce or possibly an annulment. I do not know which one I should ask for. I hear annulments are easier and more affordable. We have a low to middle income so I need all the help I can get with making it fall into my budget. Here is why I think my situation may qualify for annulment. I know annulments...

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