Frequently Asked Questions About Divorce

What Are The Grounds For A Divorce?

Insupportability is the most common ground for divorce in Texas. This is commonly referred to as a no-fault divorce. Insupportability means that the couple is no longer able to live together as a married couple and there is no reasonable expectation of reconciliation. In some cases, the attorneys at Travers & Travers may recommend that you allege other grounds such as adultery, cruelty, abandonment or other grounds. Please call our office at 832-391-8824 to make an appointment or use our online form.

Is There A Residency Requirement To Obtain A Divorce In Texas?

To file for a divorce in Texas, one of the spouses must be a resident of Texas for at least six months and a resident of the county where the divorce is filed for at least 90 days prior to the filing. If you are unsure whether you meet the residency requirements to file for divorce, the attorneys at Travers & Travers can help you determine whether you have met the residency requirements. Please call our office at 832-391-8824 to make an appointment or use our online form.

How Long Until My Divorce Will Be Final?

At a minimum, Texas law requires the expiration of at least 60 days after filing before a divorce may be granted. The attorneys at Travers & Travers can help you determine an approximation of the length of time before your divorce could be granted. Please call our office at 832-391-8824 to make an appointment or use our online form.

What Do I Do If I Am Served With Divorce Papers?

If you are served with divorce papers, you have a very limited time to respond to the lawsuit. The attorneys at Travers and Travers can prepare the proper response to the lawsuit. You should contact the law offices of Travers & Travers as soon as possible to schedule an appointment with one of our Katy divorce lawyers. Please call our office at 832-391-8824 to make an appointment or use our online form.

How Much Does It Cost To Get A Divorce?

The cost of a divorce is determined by the time involved and the complexity of the individual case. Obviously, if there are many issues in dispute, then your divorce may be costlier than a divorce with very few issues. The attorneys at Travers & Travers will work diligently to resolve your divorce in a cost-effective manner. Please call our office at 832-391-8824 to make an appointment or use our online form.