With over 20 years of experienced combined, Tess House Law firm has the knowledge and understanding to help you seek justice in protecting yourself and your assets.
Tenured divorce lawyer, Artessia “Tess” House, can take care of your divorce case while you focus on handling your day-to-day affairs. We take the burden off your shoulders by navigating divorce laws and the court process for you. Whether you want to file for divorce or have been served with divorce papers, it is important to participate in the process.
In the state of Texas, the court can grant the divorce with or without your participation. Do not stick your head in the sand and wish the divorce process away. If you or someone you know needs a divorce lawyer contact Tess House today to discuss your case with our experienced Texas divorce attorneys. We have an established history of working hard for favorable results. Call (210) 249-2985.
Dissolution of marriage occurs daily in Texas. Texas allows spouses to file a divorce without placing fault on either party and may grant a divorce because the marriage has become insupportable. If you and your spouse cannot stay together, this is reason enough for the court to grant your divorce.
Alternatively, a spouse may choose to ask for a divorce while placing fault on the other party. Texas has an exhaustive list of reasons a party can cite to merit the granting of a divorce, which include:
You should contact a divorce lawyer to explain your options further as they relate to fault in a divorce and how it may affect the outcome of your case. Call (210)249-2985 to talk to an attorney about your divorce.
Generally, before granting a divorce, the original divorce petition must be on file for 60 days. During these 60 days, many things may occur to help you reach the finish line. It is critical to determine if you and your spouse agree on all terms of the divorce. At Tess House Law, we can draft this agreement in a final order called a “Final Decree of Divorce.” If you and your spouse fight over at least one issue, it may cause the timeline for divorce to be extended. Speaking with an attorney familiar with this process can provide you with insider information on how long your divorce will take.
If you filed your divorce petition on your own, we could assist you with bringing your divorce case to a close. Gather all of your documents and have them available during your consultation with one of our attorneys. If your divorce is an agreed divorce and all parties timely sign documents, our law firm can assist with bringing finality to your case much faster than waiting on the staff attorneys at the courthouse to review your case. If you are tired of the long wait periods that come along with filing your divorce suit, give us a call at (210)249-2985.