Cohabitation, Common Law Marriage & Divorce in Texas | Hargrave Family Law

Cohabitation, Common Law Marriage & Divorce in Texas | Hargrave Family Law

In Texas, cohabiting couples are often deemed to be married under ‘common law’, even if they’ve only been living together for a short time! There is no duration requirement in Texas – if you live together, intend to be married (which can be interpreted very broadly and refer to each other publicly as husband and wife then, potentially, the State will view you as a married couple if things go wrong and you break up.

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Collaborative Divorce — Divorcing couples are often choosing to work together rather than against each other throughout the process. Learn more about collaborative divorce and how it can help you end your marriage with peace and dignity.

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Cohabitation Agreements — When an unmarried couple decides to live together, a cohabitation agreement can help them protect their assets and enter the next stage of their relationship with confidence.

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Post-Divorce Modification — Circumstances change; with a post-divorce modification, you can adjust child support, custody, and other agreements to accommodate your family’s changing needs.

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