Here, find a link to and a short summary about Representing Yourself in a Divorce: A Guide from the Dallas Bar Association. The brochure provides a brief overview of divorce, community versus separate property, and family violence. It is an introduction to representing yourself (known as pro se representation) in a family lawsuit in Dallas County.
Where can I learn about representing myself in a Dallas County divorce?
This guide from the Dallas Bar Association is an introduction to representing yourself (known as pro se representation) in a family lawsuit in Dallas County.
- Understanding the Risks of Representing Yourself
- Getting a Divorce
- General Information
- Beginning the Divorce Process
- Presumption of Community Property
- Middle of the Case
- Finalizing Your Divorce
- Dealing with Paternity
- Divorce with Children
- Family Violence
- Important Rules and Deadlines
- Common Questions
- Resources and References
Where can I find a complete list of resources for divorce help in Dallas?
See the "Resources and References" section of the Dallas Bar Association's Representing Yourself in a Divorce publication.
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