Texas Supreme Court Approved Divorce Forms Kit: Agreed Divorce- No Children & No House or Land
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This Divorce Set Contains instructions and seven forms:
Affidavit of Indigency
Original Petition for Divorce,
Waiver of Service,
Final Decree of Divorce,
Certificate of Last Known Address
Notice of Change of Address, and
Affidavit of Military Status.
Do Not Use This Divorce Set if:
- You and your spouse disagree about any issue in your divorce.
- You or your spouse wants to file specific grounds for divorce, such as cruelty or adultery. This set provides for a no-fault divorce, for example, you do not get along and do not plan to get back together.
- The wife is pregnant, even if the husband is not the father
- The wife has had a child by another man since the date of marriage
- You and your spouse have a disabled child, regardless of that child’s age.
- You and your spouse have a biological or adopted child together who is either under 18 years old or who is 18 years old and still in high school.
- You or your spouse wants spousal support or maintenance, referred to as “alimony” in some states.
- You or your spouse owns or is buying real property (such as a house, building, piece of land, or other real estate).
- You or your spouse has an ongoing bankruptcy case.
Use This Divorce Set if:
- Nothing in the above “Do Not Use This Divorce Set” section applies to you.
- You think you and your spouse will agree on every issue in your divorce or you do not think your spouse will participate in the divorce process.
- You or your spouse has lived in Texas for at least 6 months and in the county where you are filing for divorce for at least 90 days.
- Immigrants: You may file for divorce in Texas even if you do not have legal status in the United States if you have lived in Texas and in your county for the above time periods.
- Military Families: If you are serving in the armed forces outside of Texas, or you have accompanied your spouse who is serving in the armed forces outside of Texas, you may still use these forms if Texas has been the home state for either spouse for at least 6 months and the county where you plan to file the divorce has been the home county of either spouse for at least 90 days.
- It is always best to hire a lawyer.
- To get a referral to a lawyer or, if you are poor, to a free Legal Aid program, call the State Bar of Texas Lawyer Referral Information Service at 1-800-252-9690.
- If you are a victim of domestic violence, or if at any time you feel unsafe, you can get confidential help from the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 or legal help from the Texas Advocacy Project Family Violence Legal Line at 1-800-374-4673.
- If you are poor, you may be able to talk to an attorney online by live chat at www.TexasLawHelp.org