The Divorce Course
Chapter One - General Information
Chapter Two - Issues About Property
Chapter Three: Issues About Children
Chapter Four - Filing Your Paperwork
Chapter Six - Setting Your Case and Getting it Heard
PROVING YOUR SPOUSE HAS BEEN NOTIFIED IN A TEXAS DIVORCE
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Getting started on the Waiver - how to download it and how to fill it out
What's the difference between a waiver and just having my spouse served with the divorce papers?
Should I go ahead and have my spouse served right away?
How long should I wait for my spouse to send back the Waiver of Citation?
How do I go about sending the Waiver of Citation to my spouse?
What should the letter to my spouse say? What are the exact instructions for how he/she has to sign it?
I've sent the Waiver of Citation off to my spouse. What do I do now?
I got the Waiver back from my spouse. What do I do with it now?
I've filed my Waiver of Citation with the Court. What happens next?
Whoops - my spouse won't sign the Waiver of Citation. What I do now?
How do I buy a citation for a Texas divorce?
Alright, I've bought the citation. What do I do with it?
What kind of instructions do I give the sheriff's office?
I've sent the citation to the sheriff. What do I do now?
ALL RIGHT!!! I've gotten my citation back and my spouse was served with the papers. What do I do with it now?
How do I file my citation with the Court?
My sixty day waiting period is over before the 21 day waiting period on the citation. What do I do?
Uh, oh . . . the sheriff sent my papers back and say they can't serve my spouse. Can I still get my divorce?