Terry L. Hart, Attorney at Law
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No-fault divorce in Texas

Although Texas couples expect their marriage will last forever when they decide to finally tie the knot, divorces still occurs frequently. Going through a divorce can be an emotional time with a lot at stake. Many people who are going through a divorce may wonder if no-fault divorce is an option in Texas and what it means.

In Texas, no-fault divorce is an option for a couple going through a divorce. A no-fault divorce means that neither party involved in the divorce needs to provide evidence that someone is at fault for the divorce. Instead, the divorce petition will list "insupportability" as the reason for the divorce. Other reasons that can be given for a divorce in Texas include adultery, cruelty, abandonment, living apart, confinement in a mental hospital or conviction of a felony.

No one expects their marriage will end in a divorce. However, sometimes things don't go as planned and there are circumstances that are beyond our control. If a person is facing a divorce situation, they may want to speak with a legal professional who is skilled in divorce. A person is bound to have many questions regarding their impending divorce. Questions can range from how child support is determined to who will get the family home and everything in between.

No two families are the same so having an attorney who understands Texas divorce law and can help their client through one of the worst times of their life. An attorney understands that decisions that are made during the divorce process can affect their client for the rest of their lives. They can advise their client on what matters need to be addressed and how best to negotiate. An attorney is the client's advocate and will make sure they are able to make a fresh start. No one expects that their marriage will end in divorce. But a divorce does not need to be the end and instead can be a new beginning for a person.

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