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Divorce is stressful, but it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Come to Albin Oldner Law, PLLC in Plano, TX. Our divorce attorneys would be happy to help you find an amicable way through your divorce, so you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse can feel confident in the future. We can help you from the start of the case to its conclusion, no matter what complications arise.

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Texas Grounds for Divorce

Texas recognizes a few different grounds for divorce, including:

When you file for divorce, you can note one of these legal grounds if you want. It might be helpful to your case, too. For example, if your spouse has acted cruelly and physically abused you, then the court should know so it can make an educated decision about issues like child support and alimony.

However, you don’t need to get into specific details about why you want to divorce. You can say “insupportability” is the reason, which is the legal way to say that you and your spouse just don’t get along anymore, and you want to end your marriage because of it.

Residency Laws for Divorce in Texas

The process of filing for divorce in Texas isn’t as simple as walking up to a family court and asking for one. To begin, you need to meet the state’s residency requirements.

Before you can file for divorce in Plano, these residency requirements must be met:

Not sure if you meet the residency requirements to start a divorce? Don’t worry. Our Plano divorce lawyers can figure that out for you.

How Long Does a Divorce Take?

It is difficult to estimate how long a divorce will take to conclude once it begins. Every case is unique, after all.

Regarding the timeline of a divorce, it is important to consider if it is:

Divorce Alternatives to Consider

Not ready for a divorce but not satisfied with your marriage? You might want to consider using an alternative.

Two divorce alternatives that might help include:

You might have heard about legal separation from friends in other states who wanted to “test out” divorce before making the final choice. However, legal separation is not a recognized divorce alternative in Texas.

Call Us with Any Questions About Divorce

Our Plano divorce lawyers are standing by to help you make sense of your divorce. We are certain that you will see that divorce can be a smooth, positive process when you are led by experienced attorneys. Come see what we mean by working with Albin Oldner Law, PLLC today.

Dial (214) 423-5100.whenever you are ready to speak with a Plano divorce attorney.

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