Here at Kirker Davis, we have helped plenty of people within Austin get through their divorce and the confusing legal situations that come with it.
By listening closely to our clients, we know what can cause some confusion within the divorce process, and what’s fairly straight forward. Due to our extensive knowledge built by years and years of working closely with our clients, we have decided to give you (what we believe) is a great overview on what you need to know about filing a divorce in Texas.
Divorce is fairly set in stone. We have divided up the tedious process into 4 easy-to-follow steps. Questions you might have, such as How do you file for a Divorce? or What is Discovery, and when can you attempt it? will be answered in detail.
We break down each step in easy to understand terms that will guide you through what people frequently don’t think about. For example, at the Negotiation stage, Have you determined whether you can accomplish your objectives in the event of disagreement?
What we have found is that no matter the circumstances, people who decide to forgo through this journey often want to understand the Texas Divorce Process in detail and want to be as informed as they can while they start making decisions that will likely affect them for years to come.
We hope you will find the same benefit that many of our clients have from the information within this ebook. Just fill in your email address, and you’ll be much more prepared when it comes to the Divorce Process in Austin.
If you have any additional questions regarding your divorce, we encourage you to reach out to a Kirker Davis Divorce Lawyer. Give us a call, or fill out a Contact Form for more information!
While our clients have found it to be a strong starting point to understanding the process, this eBook is by no means designed to serve as a comprehensive guide of divorce. The information in this e-book is for general information purposes only. Nothing in this book should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create and does not create an attorney-client relationship.