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How Do I File for Divorce in Texas
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We cannot tell you if a form is appropriate for your situation. Annulment Annul or void a marriage.
Divorce kits File for divorce. Toolkits have this symbol: An Article provides basic information about a topic. Divorce I need a divorce. We do not have minor children. We have minor children. This toolkit tells you about getting a divorce when you and your spouse have children who are younger than 18 or still in high school and there are no court orders for custody and support of your children already in place.
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A final custody and support order is already in place. This toolkit tells you about getting a divorce when there is already a final court order for custody and support of your children such as an Attorney General child support order and you do not want to change that order. Divorce My spouse filed for divorce. This toolkit tells you about your options if your spouse has filed for divorce.
Acknowledgment of Paternity and Denial of Paternity.
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This article tells you about acknowledgment of paternity and denial of paternity. Amended Petitions in Family Law Cases.
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This article provides an overview of attorneys ad litem and amicus attorneys in family law cases. This article answers frequently asked questions about changing an existing custody, visitation, child support or medical support order.
Changing Your Address or Employment Information. This article tells you how and when to update your address and other personal information with the court and others. Child Custody.