Here are the best resources I can find for dealing with divorce in Texas, including Texas property division, child custody, child support, and alimony.
You probably need to start with the excellent information available from Raggio & Raggio in Dallas. You’ll read all about How a Texas Divorce Works, Property Issues in Texas, Asset Tracing, Child Custody, Child Support, and lots more. Good stuff.
You can also use Texas Divorce Online, which offers the following advantages: (1) You prepare the papers online without paying any money; (2) You decide only after the papers are prepared whether you want to pay for them; and (3) The charge is only $89.95 for all the required documents, including the marital settlement agreement. Looks like a pretty good deal to me.
Verner & Brumley has a nice collection of resources, including a short course on divorce in Texas. Jimmy Verner has allowed me to share with you a concise description of alimony (called “maintenance”) in Texas.
You’d think less of me if I didn’t tell you about my wonderful partner in Houston, Laury Adams.