Complete List of Divorce Forms for Texas

To proceed with an uncontested divorce in Texas, you need to file a Petition, which tells the court that the spouses intend to divorce. You and your ex must then file a Waiver of Service or an Answer, which contains the details of the agreement and that both spouses have been served. You will likely fill out financial disclosures, then the court will then review the Final Decree and grant the uncontested divorce if it finds that all legally required elements have been met.

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Here is a list of the most common divorce forms in Texas:

If you are filing for divorce in Texas and do not have minor children together:

If you are filing for divorce in Texas and do have minor children together:

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