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INSTRUCTIONS: TEXAS PETITION FOR DIVORCE (WITHOUT CHILDREN) You may initiate a petition for a Texas divorce without any minor children at stake. This document discusses the form available on the website of Texas Law Help which should be filed in such cases. Texas Petition For Divorce (Without Children) Step 1: At the top of the page, enter the number of the court which will be handling your case, your full name next to "petitioner," and that of your spouse next to "respondent." Note with a check mark whether you are appearing in a district or county court and name the county you are filing in. Texas Petition For Divorce (Without Children) Step 2: In the section headed "parties," provide your full name and that of your spouse. Give your Social Security and driver's license number if applicable. Texas Petition For Divorce (Without Children) Step 3: Read question one and indicate what your level of discovery is based on the terms listed. Texas Petition For Divorce (Without Children) Step 4: In question two, place checkmarks next to every statement that is true concerning you and your spouse's Texas residency status. Texas Petition For Divorce (Without Children) Step 5: In question three, give the date of your marriage and separation. Texas Petition For Divorce (Without Children) Step 6: In question five, give all information requested about any children in the marriage whose status is not at stake. Texas Petition For Divorce (Without Children) Step 7: In question six, note whether any protective orders are in effect. Texas Petition For Divorce (Without Children) Step 8: In question seven, note any of your separately owned property you wish for the court to confirm as your own. Texas Petition For Divorce (Without Children) Step 9: In question eight, if you wish to have your premarital name restored, enter it here. Texas Petition For Divorce (Without Children) Step 10: In question nine, indicate how your spouse will be served with a copy of this petition. Texas Petition For Divorce (Without Children) Step 11: In question nine, provide your full name, address, telephone number, signature and the date.
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  • INSTRUCTIONS: TEXAS PETITION FOR DIVORCE (WITHOUT CHILDREN)

    You may initiate a petition for a Texas divorce without any minor children at stake. This document discusses the form available on the website of Texas Law Help which should be filed in such cases.

    Texas Petition For Divorce (Without Children) Step 1: At the top of the page, enter the number of the court which will be handling your case, your full name next to "petitioner," and that of your spouse next to "respondent." Note with a check mark whether you are appearing in a district or county court and name the county you are filing in.

    Texas Petition For Divorce (Without Children) Step 2: In the section headed "parties," provide your full name and that of your spouse. Give your Social Security and driver's license number if applicable.

    Texas Petition For Divorce (Without Children) Step 3: Read question one and indicate what your level of discovery is based on the terms listed.

    Texas Petition For Divorce (Without Children) Step 4: In question two, place checkmarks next to every statement that is true concerning you and your spouse's Texas residency status.

    Texas Petition For Divorce (Without Children) Step 5: In question three, give the date of your marriage and separation.

    Texas Petition For Divorce (Without Children) Step 6: In question five, give all information requested about any children in the marriage whose status is not at stake.

    Texas Petition For Divorce (Without Children) Step 7: In question six, note whether any protective orders are in effect.

    Texas Petition For Divorce (Without Children) Step 8: In question seven, note any of your separately owned property you wish for the court to confirm as your own.

    Texas Petition For Divorce (Without Children) Step 9: In question eight, if you wish to have your premarital name restored, enter it here.

    Texas Petition For Divorce (Without Children) Step 10: In question nine, indicate how your spouse will be served with a copy of this petition.

    Texas Petition For Divorce (Without Children) Step 11: In question nine, provide your full name, address, telephone number, signature and the date.

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