Today, more and more people are attempting to
handle their own legal matters in the courts
when it comes to the simpler, more routine,
legal actions. We heartily endorse any and all
measures designed to make the courts more
accessible to more citizens.
An uncontested divorce should be simple,
right? For a lawyer engaged in the practice of
family law, it is. But many who have attempted
this on their own can tell you they eventually
had to hire a lawyer to complete their case or,
through trial and error, make several visits
before the judge before they were successful.
"Why does it have to be so complicated? All I
wanted was a simple divorce!" We occasionally
overhear this out in the halls of both the
courtrooms and the clerks' offices from people
who have attempted to obtain a divorce without
an attorney (sometimes on their 2nd or 3rd
attempt). The basic answer is that there are
some rules which must be strictly followed that
are in place to protect us all. Not everyone
takes the time to get to know them (nor should
they have to, if you really think about it).
Unfortunately, the judges, their staff, and the
clerks are unable to give you legal advice,
leading to even more frustration.
HERE IS WHAT YOU WANT:
--No visits to an attorney's office.
--No attorney's fees.
--No digging through law libraries.
--Receive your documents promptly by
-- Documents professionally prepared
and approved by an attorney familiar
with the current Texas divorce laws.
-- Instructions which take you
step-by-step on how to proceed once
you have your documents.
-- what has to be signed and by whom
-- how, where, and when to file what
-- how to get your case before the
-- what to say to the judge
-- All of the above at a reasonable cost
that you pay through a secure online
--- A guarantee.
|WE OFFER ONLY TEXAS
These are not messy
fill-in-the-blank forms out of the
office supply store or from other
online sources, which may
outdated or may not be suitable
for Texas courts. Our offices are
here in Texas, we practice family
law in Texas, and we know the
latest changes in Texas family law.
Guaranteed, professionally prepared
divorce documents and
comprehensive how-to instructions
for uncontested divorces (no
children, debt, or property issues).
| THE STATE OF TEXAS REQUIRES A WAITING PERIOD
AFTER YOU FILE YOUR DIVORCE BEFORE YOUR
DIVORCE CAN BE FINAL!
HERE IS WHAT YOU GET:
---Everything you see on the left, including:
---Petition for Divorce, Waiver of Service,
and Divorce Decree already containing all
the information you provide. The only
information you fill in is the information you
cannot have until the divorce is filed.
---Instructions on what to do with each
document (signing, filing, number of copies
you need, etc.).
---Information and contact numbers for the
district clerk and divorce courts in YOUR
---Prepared letters, addresses included, to
the clerk for filing by mail (where permitted).
---Prepared letter, addresses included, to
your spouse explaining what they need to
---A BVS form, required to be submitted in
---County-specific instructions on how to
get your case before the judge. Counties
differ in this process.
---Prepared testimony you simply read to
WHAT YOU GET FROM OTHER
--- A higher price.
--- Completely blank forms (many of which
will remain blank), or
--- Documents unfamiliar to Texas judges.
They come from Illinois, California, or
--- The bare minimum: a petition, waiver,
and decree (let's hope).
--- No information on what to do with their
documents once you get them (ask them
how much the filing fee is in YOUR county
or who your district clerk is or what
payment methods they accept).
--- Missing documents (usually no state
--- No supporting documents.
--- no helpful correspondence to spouse
--- no help with how to testify.
--- Back and forth phone calls and faxes.
--- No information on the court process.
--- No guarantees.