Texas Divorce Paperwork: The Right Info for You Now!



Texas Divorce Paperwork and Laws will be an important part of your divorce education, so it is best that you find out as much as you can for your state by visiting the library and the courthouse's law library. It is also easy to do this online if your courthouse has a county website.

You will want to find out:

The rest of this page is dedicated to:
  • Attorney Information,
  • Online Divorce for Uncontested Divorces,
  • Divorce Forums, and
  • Other Resources.
Do not be afraid to do your own Texas Divorce Paperwork pro se! You can always look up the requirements online or call your local courthouse for the forms to copy. Some will even mail you a blank set. Yet, courthouses just want legal forms done right, and they will send them back to the plaintiff (or defendant) if they are poorly written or illegible. So, this is why I think using a service is so easy, inexpensive, and helpful when you really need to dedicate your time to yourself.

Using Texas Divorce Forms Online

There are only a few reputable companies that stand out to process your Texas Divorce Paperwork. I have contacted so many of the lesser known companies, only to find that they don't email or call back answering my questions. So, I think it's best to stick with the big ones that can give you a money back guarantee or some kind of guarantee. The companies I recommend also have A or B Better Business Bureau ratings. There are only five companies on my "OK" list, but you will find a good one for your needs. Read the full online divorce reviews, and find a company that knows Texas Divorce Laws (these companies have to!)

And, hopefully, you have already read about the differences between a contested and an uncontested divorce, and are ready to hear more about which companies could work well for you.

Legalzoom has been the leader in divorce paperwork for years, and they will type up your documents for you for a flat fee, which includes lots of extras and discounts on legal fees for using their attorneys, should you end up using one.
  • DO-IT-YOURSELF companies that offer good rates, convenience, and extras:
  • RocketLawyer is my first pick, because their rates are so awesome for any average person. You pay a membership fee to access any legal forms for personal use, and login to create documents. You can pay month to month instead, but many couples do find that it takes time to fully realize the financial changes they will face, so I truly believe the yearly membership is more beneficial for MOST people. You can save more by using the Real-Divorce links: FREE trial membership and FREE 1st document with RocketLawyer.com
  • US Legal Forms has an easily accessible download for individual legal documents, so you pay per item.
  • FindLegalForms.com is another interesting company, offering clients legal forms in packages for a set fee, much cheaper than adding up individual forms. So, if you want a "package" deal just for your divorce, you will receive six or seven forms for around $45 (they say this would cost over $5,000 using an attorney) just by using this link: Divorce Forms
  • 3StepDivorce.com has a great reputation on the internet for having a lot of support and extras included in the DIY package. For instance, I am a big fan of mediation, rather than litigation, and 3StepDivorce.com offers some mediation in their package.

Texas Family Law and Using a Texas Divorce Lawyer

Of course, I suggest anyone going through a divorce should seek true legal council about any issue that concerns him/her. However, there is an online community of real attorneys that would be happy to help with answering your questions online.

This is the best resource I know of for real, FREE, and fast information about your Texas divorce paperwork. No waiting for appointments!

Avvo.com is the site for this, and one or more attorneys should respond to your question soon after you post it.


Find out how many legal professionals want to give you free consults; get more information about a Divorce Lawyer Houston Texas.

Divorce Forums

You can enter your questions about Texas Divorce Law in any of our Divorce Forums quickly and easily. They are set up without a login or a password required, so you can read the questions and comments without a big commitment, but can get responses emailed to you.

Try one today!

Texas Child Support Calculator and Free Resources

It is never too early to file for child support, so you can do that before you file your Texas divorce paperwork. Don't go without the benefits your child may need! The ACF is the main website for child support services, and you can access the Texas child support calculator and information there, file online, and start receiving benefits (if that is approved).

LawHelp.org is a great free resource to help low to moderate income individuals with their divorce, and you can ask specific questions concerning Texas divorce law.

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