Getting Divorced Outside of Texas

Getting Divorced in the State of Texas In order to file for a divorce in the State of Texas, residency requirements must be met for the court to acquire jurisdiction over the persons involved. Otherwise, the case will be dismissed. It begins with the filing of the divorce petition by any of the spouses. A Texas resident or a non-Texas resident may file a petition for divorce inside Texas.  Prior to the filing, either of the spouses must be a resident of Texas for at least six (6) months and the suit was filed after ninety (90) days of residing in a county where the said suit is filed. If a spouse is a domiciliary of Texas  for the last six months, the other spouse who is not a resident of Texas may file the divorce suit in Texas courts.  Getting a Divorce Outside of the State of Texas is possible too! A petition for divorce may be filed outside of Texas according to the divorce laws of the state or country where the divorce will be obtained. Texas will…

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