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The specific laws that apply to Texas divorces

If you are considering filing for divorce, you should place special attention on the state in which you intend to file. In most cases, you will file for divorce in the state that you are living in, but you may have other options if you recently relocated to a new state.

Preparing financially for a divorce

You cannot ignore the financial side of a divorce. You need to prepare for it properly. For some couples, it can be difficult to focus on things like budgets and financial statements during such an emotional time, but it is critical.

Can you get divorced in Texas if you got married elsewhere?

When you get married, you file the legal agreement in the state that you reside in at the time. If you then choose to get divorced, but you have moved since the marriage, does this mean that you have to return to the other state to divorce?

Mediation is not about winning

When a divorce case goes to court, both sides tend to think about one thing: winning the case. It feels like it is them against their ex as they debate who gets to spend time with the children or who will keep which assets -- and much more.