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Can drug abuse set sufficient grounds for divorce?

Posted by admin on February 2, 2017

Making the decision to divorce a spouse is never easy and is always a stressful time. While many divorces are easy to resolve, others have extenuating circumstances that can affect the outcome of a case. The following is an overview of how drug abuse comes into play in a Texas divorce. If you are seeking […]


My Husband And I Are Separated And He Lives In Another State. What State Do We File For Divorce In?

Posted by admin on December 13, 2016

The divorce process potentially becomes complex when the applicable parties no longer reside in the same state. Because each state is different, divorcing partners should research the requirements of each and choose the option that offers the least amount of obstacles. The person filing for divorce, however, must meet the residency requirement of the particular […]


Grounds for Divorce in Texas

Posted by admin on November 22, 2016

Texas offers both fault and no-fault grounds for divorce. In addition, parties will have to meet jurisdictional requirements to be able to file for either a fault or no-fault divorce. Generally, this means that at least one of the parties resided in Texas for the past 6 months and resided in the county they want […]


I Married An Illegal Immigrant. How Do I Get Divorced?

Posted by admin on November 17, 2016

Illegal immigrants in the United States have nearly the same legal rights as citizens in manners of divorce and marriage with the Fourth and Fifth Amendments guaranteeing equal protection and access to the court system. This means that the process of divorcing an illegal immigrant is the same as any other divorce, although there may […]