Want to know what you need to do next? Whether you’re just thinking about divorce, are in the middle of one, or are navigating your post-divorce life, here are the top resources for people in Texas. We’ve ordered them according to the typical step-by-step flow of divorce. And, as always, reach out to us if you have more specific questions.
Just thinking about divorce?
Only you can decide if you want a divorce. We recommend reading our article about why it’s better to move forward with a divorce that’s inevitable vs. waiting for the “right time” (hint: there’s no perfect time).
Choosing the right legal help for your divorce
Nothing frustrates us more than lawyers who don’t do their job properly. Choose the right legal help for your divorce — read our advice.
Which Hello Divorce plan is best for me?
Texas divorce process flowchart
Visualize the divorce process from start to finish with this handy flowchart. It explains all the steps that need to be taken before you can finalize your divorce.
The 3 steps to divorce in Texas
The divorce process in Texas is complicated. But don’t worry, Hello Divorce has broken it down into three easy-to-follow steps with its Texas Divorce Navigator.
How to file for divorce in Texas
Filing an uncontested divorce? Learn all about how to file and what to expect in our article.
What Texas military members need to know about divorce
If you or your spouse are in the military (or used to be), divorce can be more complicated. Read this article for more information and help.
Serving your spouse
This article guides you through how to serve your spouse divorce papers in Texas.
What divorced parents in Texas need to know
How is spousal maintenance determined in Texas?
Learn about the four ways spousal maintenance (also called spousal support or alimony) may be granted in Texas here.
Preparing for court
My QDRO has been filed. Now what?
Read this article to understand everything you need to know about your Qualified Domestic Relations Order(s) (QDRO), which will divide your retirement plan(s).
Restoring your former (maiden) last name
If you would like to keep your name the same, then there is nothing you need to do during the divorce process. If, however, you would like to have your former name restored, doing so is a simple process. This article addresses the steps you need to take to restore your former name before or after your divorce has been finalized.
7 life-changing lessons one learns after divorce
What life lessons or skills did you learn during or after the divorce process that have given you more perspective and/or joy? Learn more here.
Free divorce checklists & worksheets
Check out all of our free downloadable/printable Hello Divorce checklists and worksheets to help you stay organized and less overwhelmed.