How do you divorce your husband in Texas?
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Can you get a divorce in the state of Texas if you became pregnant by someone other than your husband?
Answer . \nYes, you can file for divorce. If you have children between your husband and yourself then you'll have to see lawyers to decide on custody decisions and go to …court.\n. \nMarcy
Divorce Law in Texas . PREVIOUS ANSWER BY ANOTHER USER:. No, you can not. I was married and got pregnant twice by the same man but married to another and I couldn't get a …divorce until paternity was established through the attorney general. Annd I live in Houston Texas.. MY ADDITION:. That is not necessarily true because I filed for divorce and a year passed before we went to court and I was 8 months pregnant. Ultimately, it is up to the judge to decide.. Because I had filed for divorce a year before and because we lived over 400 miles from each other the judge granted my divorce even though I was pregnant.. The reason they are very cautious of granting divorces when pregnant is because they don't want to release the husband if it is possible that the child is his. If they do then when the child is born, there would not be a responsible father; therefore resulting in the child becoming a burden for the state (medicaid, foodstamps, etc.). This was in Victoria, Texas, and they normally will not grant the divorce when pregnant, but there is no YES/NO answer. The judge decides, depending on your circumstances, etc.
\n. \n Til' Death Do You Part \n. \nCertainly! Call the relationship 'friends' or 'roommates'. Hold off on tying the knot with the new guy until the divorce is complete,… though!\n. \n . \n . \nAlthough there are not laws that pertain to such a matter, be advised that judges do not look favorably upon spouse's who engage in such actions while still legally married.\n. \nThis is especially true when it involves custody of minor children and will most definitely hurt any chances the person may have of receiving spousal maintenance (alimony).
The wife cannot refuse to divorce her husband, but she can contest the terms of the dissolution of marriage petition which usually causes the proceedings to be lengthy and exp…ensive for all parties.. If there is no disagreement on the terms and the non filing spouse refuses to accept the divorce summons the requesting spouse can file under the state's default laws.
Your husband is in prison in Colorado you live in Texas you were married in Colorado what are the procedures for divorce?
Answer I'm not entirely sure, but I don't think it has to do with your state. I think it probably depends on your age. And if this is happening to you or to someone you know… I'm very sorry to hear about that.
Consult with an attorney in your jurisdiction who specializes in divorce who can review your situation and explain your rights and options.
see a lawyer they usually give free consults for divorces
In Texas can a husband file for divorce and obtain a restraining order to kick out the wife and children?
As for the restraining order, it would probably depend on why youfelt you needed the restraining order against her. Has she harmedor threatened to harm you? Or do you just wan…t to be single again?As for the children, I can't see any judge giving you a restrainingorder against them, and may even let the wife take out arestraining order on you for trying to kick her and your innocentchildren out on the street. That could be considered child abuse,child endangerment or at the very least, neglect. As for filing for divorce, anyone can do that at any time. And keepin mind, you will have to pay child support whether you choose tovisit your kids or not. Although, if they are your stepchildren,then you shouldn't have to pay child support on them but, dependingon the laws in Texas, you may have to pay spousal support(alimony).
Yes, you can.. Providing you have a valid reason for ending the marriage, to tell the judge.
Then the husband should move out.
Every state has residency requirements for filing for divorce (a varying amount of time that the state requires that you live in the state). You are eligible to file for divor…ce in any state that you or your ex-spouse have established your residency or in the state you were married in. For convenience sake, I would suggest filing for divorce in the state that you currently live in to save yourself costly trips to Arizona.
Yes. Divorce is legal in all 50 states. The only situation in which you could not legally divorce yourhusband is in the case of a married same-sex couple living in astate wh…ere same-sex marriage is not legal.
Yes, most states have no fault divorce available and no longer require specific grounds for divorce. A party need only provide a general reason for the divorce such as irre…concilable differences or an irreparable breakdown of the marriage . In the US, one spouse cannot prevent a divorce.
Your husband put you on a bus from Texas to Georgia and you haven't heard from him in a year. Can you get a divorce?
Yes. Visit the local family court and the clerk will tell you how to file a complaint for divorce. Yes. Visit the local family court and the clerk will tell you how to file a… complaint for divorce. Yes. Visit the local family court and the clerk will tell you how to file a complaint for divorce. Yes. Visit the local family court and the clerk will tell you how to file a complaint for divorce.