This post will be the first in a series of posts on agreed or uncontested divorces in Texas. Everything in here applies anywhere in Texas. Since we will be addressing uncontested divorces, I am going to keep it very basic.
However, before beginning a discussion on an uncontested or agreed divorce there needs to be a focus on the basics of a Texas divorce.
The agreed divorce process begins by filing an Original Petition for Divorce. This begins the divorce process and starts the 60-day waiting period required in Texas. This sixty days is called the “cooling off” period. The person who files the divorce is called the “Petitioner” and they petition the court for a divorce.
Once the sixty day waiting period has elapsed, the Petitioner can appear before the Court with the signed, agreed, final decree (we’ll discuss this later) and “prove up” or finalize the uncontested divorce.
In upcoming posts I will discuss:
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I was born in Dallas and spent the majority of my life here. I moved to Denver in the middle of the first grade and moved back to Plano in the middle of the eleventh grade. I graduated from Plano Senior High in 1984 and then attended Richland College and the University of North Texas where a received a Bachelor of Business Administration. From there I attended the Texas Tech University School of Law and was licensed to practice law in May of 1993.