What are the grounds for divorce in Texas?
A divorce may be granted in Texas using either "Fault" or "No-Fault" grounds. Fault grounds include:
Of these, the "No-Fault" grounds are the most straightforward and easiest to prove.
Grounds for Annulment in Texas
In a divorce, the court declares the marriage contract broken; in an annulment, the court says that there never was a marriage. Annulment is much more difficult to prove – and is much rarer – than divorce. If you want to go this route, you will definitely need to speak to a Texas divorce attorney. Of course, if you want an annulment for religious reasons, you'll need to consult with your priest, minister, or rabbi as well. You must be able to prove one of the following grounds to get an annulment in Texas:
You'll need to provide your Texas divorce lawyer with the following documentation in order to proceed with your dissolution. Start gathering everything together as soon as possible so that you can find out what might be missing and submit any requests for duplicates.
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