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I’m Lena. I’m a divorce lawyer.

I created Next Chapter to help everyone going through the divorce process and everyone healing from a divorce. Divorce can be scary and lonely. I share guidance on relationships and legal information to help you navigate your divorce. My work (and this site) is devoted to sharing knowledge, tools, and resources that will empower you as you embark on your next chapter.

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Can I Get a Divorce in Texas if My Spouse is Not a Resident?

Can I Get a Divorce in Texas if My Spouse is Not a Resident?

Residency requirements must be met by one or both of the parties in order for a Texas court to grant a divorce. Let us assume you meet the Texas requirements in which you have been living in Texas for at least six months and you filed for divorce in the county in which you have been living in for at least 90 days. How does a Texas court acquire the power to impose personal obligations, such as spousal support, on your nonresident spouse?

Texas: I got served. Now what?

Texas: I got served. Now what?

If you have been served, usually by a process server or a constable, you will receive a copy of the petition that was filed by your ex-spouse. It will state important information such as your case number and the court your case is assigned to. Now that you’ve been served, what should you do?

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