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Do I have to prove fault to get a divorce in Texas?

No. Texas is a “no-fault” divorce state. This means that a divorce can be granted without either spouse being at fault as long as one spouse believes that the relationship can’t be fixed.

Note: The TexasLawHelp.org divorce forms only include the “no-fault” grounds for divorce. They do not include any fault-based grounds for divorce. Talk to a lawyer if you want to ask for a divorce based on fault.

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