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.
Yes, 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. Marcy
Texas is one of the states that will not allow a divorce while the mother is pregnant.
AnswerI'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.
Yes, 125.00 and 6 Weeks if one of you gets a temporary mail drop in Las Vegas Nevada.
Pregnancy is irrelevant in a divorce case.
yes they will usually grant a divorce
Then the husband should move out.
Go see a Texas divorce lawyer. * File the dissolution papers in the state circuit court in the county in which you are a resident.
when you're pregnant in the state of texas, I think you can file. I do know that it can't be finalized until after childbirth.
Can you divorce in Texas today and get married to someone else in New Mexico the next day?
Ask your attorney about suing your husband for divorce "in absentia).
Yes you can. Additionally, Texas is a state that recognizes both fault and no fault divorces which makes it easier to obtain the divorce. You need to initiate the process by filing for divorce in your local courthouse
It is grounds for divorce. Talk to a lawyer or counsellor at a women's shelter. Cheating only demeans you, even if your husband is a jerk.
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No it cannot, the divorce must be continued until after the birth of the child you are carrying.Clarification:I do not believe you have to wait until the birth of your child before your divorce can be finalized.
only after residency has been reestablished
You bet it can, it happened to my husband here in good ole Texas. Even after she defaulted. Imagine that!!
If the wife was on a Military installation as a spouse of an active duty member, and the husband is transferred or TDY , then she can file from Texas if he took her there, If you are the active duty military member , please seek counsel at Base Legal.
it depends on the papers.
You can file your divorce papers in Texas.
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