Guiding you throughout the
I WILL FIGHT FOR YOU
Here at The Julio Law Firm, we are determined to make this process go as smoothly as possible. Divorce can be emotionally taxing and mentally demanding. We take the steps necessary to ensure you are informed and comfortable every step of the way. Divorces are difficult, don't go through them alone.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHAT ARE THE LAWS IN TEXAS?
Texas is a "no fault" state. Couples looking to divorce do not have to prove any allegations against the other. Simple stating that the marriage is insupportable is grounds to grand a divorce.
The state of Texas requires a 60 day waiting period once a Petition for Divorce is filed. Assuming all criteria has been met, this is the fastest timeframe for a divorce to be finalized. Depending on the complexity of the case, divorce proceedings can typically take six months to a year to finalize.
WHAT DOES THE DIVORCE PROCESS LOOK LIKE?
Each case is unique and will have its own process. Typically, the divorce process follows the following order:
Initiating the divorce (filing the Petition of Divorce)
Temporary orders (if necessary)
Discovery of evidence
Trial (if no settlement)
After trial / settlement
DO I NEED A DIVORCE LAWYER?
While you have the right to represent yourself in court, this is not recommended. Attorneys are trained to help you through the divorce process. Divorces can be emotional. Our team is here to guide you and help you make difficult decisions, don't fight this battle alone.
WHATS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CONTESTED AND UNCONTESTED DIVORCE?
Uncontested divorces are cases where both parties agree to the terms of the divorce. A contested divorce, on the other hand, is where the parties cannot agree, and they have to go through the full divorce proceedings.
NEED A DIVORCE LAWYER?
Call us today to schedule your free consultation. Our team is experienced, compassionate and ready to help you through your divorce. We will do everything in our power to get you the results you want. The Julio Law Firm is ready to fight for you, in and out of the courtroom.