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Doing a Texas Divorce Yourself

Texas allows you to complete your divorce yourself without an attorney if you and your spouse can agree on the divorce details. This is a popular option in Texas where 80% of divorces are do-it-yourself divorces.

No Fault Divorces

In Texas, nearly all uncontested divorces are based on the grounds that the marriage is insupportable (neither spouse is at fault). DivorceWriter allows you to complete your own "no-fault" Texas divorce.

Filing Your Texas Divorce

The steps for completing your Texas divorce with DivorceWriter are as follows:

  • Complete the DivorceWriter interview.
  • Receive your document package by email or postal mail.
  • Follow the included signing guidelines.
  • A judge finalizes your divorce by signing the divorce decree.

Division of property, child parenting plan (including child support, visitation and custody), alimony, and more are covered.

DivorceWriter provides forms specific to the state of Texas and offers a money back guarantee if your documents are not accepted by the Court.

What Our Texas Customers Have to Say

"Divorce is the toughest thing that I have had to ever face. Divorce Writer helped make the paperwork and process smooth, efficient, and as painless as possible. Everything was delivered as promised, I was allowed to make changes after my paperwork was delivered, and the judge had absolutely no questions whatsoever regarding the paperwork. It truly was a very easy process." -Jeff P., Texas

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