TEXAS DIVORCE FORMS
WHO WE ARE
We are a Texas-based company that focuses solely on Texas divorce forms. Do NOT pay for divorce forms provided by an out-of-state form provider. Each state has different requirements and the nationwide divorce form providers do not focus on Texas divorce forms like we do.
HOW MUCH WE CHARGE
We charge a simple flat fee of $125.00 (plus sales tax) which includes all of our Texas divorce forms and step-by-step instructions. No hidden charges! We do not charge additional fees if you have children or for any other reason.
A typical divorce lawyer charges around $200 to $250 PER HOUR! Our Texas divorce forms cost less than a one-hour consultation with a divorce lawyer. You can save hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars by using our Texas divorce forms.
WHAT WE PROVIDE
We provide an easy-to-use, quick, and economical online method for generating custom-made divorce forms that are ready to sign and file. Our simple online divorce solution makes your divorce less expensive and less stressful for you.
Our Texas divorce forms are available immediately upon completion of a quick and simple online questionnaire. You simply download your Texas divorce kit in Microsoft® Word or PDF format, then sign and file. Unlike some of our competitors, we do NOT force you to fill in the blanks. We even include instructions on how, when, and where to file your completed Texas divorce forms.
Our Texas two-step divorce™ process makes filing for divorce easy. Step one is filing the divorce and step two is obtaining the divorce decree. Each step includes specifically tailored instructions that make our Texas two-step divorce™ process simple.
WHEN YOU PURCHASE OUR FORMS, YOU WILL GET:
- Attorney-managed divorce forms specific to Texas and thus simple to use;
- Court approved professional forms without blanks to complete. View a sample petition;
- Immediate access to your completed forms upon completion of a short questionnaire;
- Easy-to-understand instructions utilizing our Texas two-step divorce™ process;
- 100% guarantee that our divorce forms will be accepted by each and every divorce court in all 254 Texas counties;
- Fast, reliable and free customer support from our Better Business Bureau accredited company based in Dallas, Texas;
- Full editing capabilities of your Texas divorce forms; and
- Inexpensive divorce forms with no hidden charges.
In addition to our Texas divorce forms and step-by-step instructions, we provide access to various resources to help you along the way. See our resources page for links to the district clerk's websites, a pro se divorce handbook, child support calculator, Texas statutes and more.
OUR COMPETITORS OFFER:
- Complicated forms designed to work in every state (not specific to Texas);
- Generic-looking unprofessional forms cluttered with blanks to fill in. Ask the other divorce form providers to provide you with a sample document to make sure you know what you are getting before you buy. We are proud of our forms and, unlike our competitors, we will gladly provide a sample form so you can be confident in your decision.;
- Multiple-day waiting periods while your Texas divorce forms are shipped to you;
- Complex instructions;
- Complicated money-back guarantees to make sure you do NOT get a refund. Because our forms are designed by Texas attorneys for Texas courts, our guarantee does not need to be complex;
- Offshore customer support;
- No editing capabilities; and
- Hidden charges such as shipping and editing.
View our side-by-side comparison chart.
WHO CAN USE OUR TEXAS DIVORCE FORMS
Our Texas divorce forms are designed for an UNCONTESTED divorce (also known as no-contest divorce or mutual divorce or even an agreed divorce). What is an uncontested divorce?
We recommend that you hire a divorce lawyer if:
- you or your spouse are in disagreement regarding the divorce, property division, custody or child support and you do not anticipate coming to an agreement;
- neither you nor your spouse have lived in Texas in the last 6 months;
- you have no idea where your spouse is and have no hope of finding him/her;
- the husband is NOT the biological father of one or more children who were born during the marriage (In this instance, paternity must be established before the divorce can be finalized);
- the husband is the biological father of one or more children who were born prior to the marriage;
- there has been family violence (a parent that has a credible history of past or present child neglect or physical or sexual abuse cannot be appointed a Joint Managing Conservator, which is what our forms call for);
- you are splitting sizable retirement benefits;
- you are seeking a restraining order;
- you are seeking a custody arrangement that deviates from the statutory standard possession order;
- you have a child under the age of three;
- the wife is currently pregnant;
- either spouse has a pending bankruptcy; or
- either spouse is in the military AND child support and child custody are at issue.
See our disclaimer for more information.