| UNCONTESTED DIVORCES
Often, husbands and wives recognize their need to end the
marriage come to agreeable terms on how to do just that.
Typically, just one of the spouses will retain a lawyer to
prepare and file documents according their agreement. If the
non-client spouse signs the documents, there will be no need
for any further involvement from that spouse or another
attorney. The client spouse will later appear in court (yes, the
client spouse must make one appearance) with their lawyer to
briefly testify in front of the judge. Attorney James Roark has
obtained hundreds of these types of divorces for his clients for
reasonable and modest fees. If you live in the Greater
Houston area, contact him and find out what he can do for you.
If you live elsewhere in Texas, check out the information on
his Texas Divorce Kit!
|TEXAS ONLINE DIVORCE KIT
Have more time than money? This may be the solution for those seeking
a divorce and unable to afford the services of a qualified lawyer to handle
it. Go HERE to find out more.
| DIVORCE BY PUBLICATION
It may have been several years since you last had contact with your
spouse and you do not know where they are or how to find them. In
such cases, we can file what is known as a divorce by publication.
Many people are slightly familiar with this process but are unaware of
what the courts are going to require. You will be required to detail
every effort you have made to locate your spouse (under oath). The
court may choose to appoint an attorney for the missing person to
locate them. Guess who pays for that? Yes, you. If children are
involved, an attorney may be appointed to represent them, and if
property is also involved, there is a possibility that two attorneys
could be appointed. But if neither children or property are at issue,
we can request that the court make no such appointments, provided
the court is convinced that a good effort has been made to locate the