Texas law recognizes both “no-fault” and “fault” divorces. A no fault divorce is a divorce that is granted without the spouse who initiates the divorce having to allege and provide marital misconduct on the part of the other spouse. On the other hand, a fault based divorce is a type of divorce in which the […]
While the divorce case is pending, temporary spousal support is certainly one option. Temporary spousal support may be awarded at a temporary orders hearing. While there are no guidelines with regards to setting temporary spousal support, the party seeking support should be prepared to show what his/her needs are and what resources are available to […]
If restoring your last name to what it was prior to your marriage is what you want, you may request to do so in the divorce decree. It is important to know that a change of one’s name does not release that person from liability incurred by the person under a previous name or defeat […]
Annulment means that the marriage never legally happened. Divorce is the end of a legal marriage.
There are a wide range of issues involved in a divorce including child custody, child support, visitation rights, and property division to name a few.
Yes, you can still file for divorce but you will not be able to finalize the process until the child is born and a determination of paternity is made. This delay allows the court to include the appropriate order for visitation and child support if applicable.