Divorce in Texas: What You Need to Know Before You File | Austin Divorce Attorney

Divorce in Texas: What You Need to Know Before You File | Austin Divorce Attorney

Featuring Austin Divorce Lawyer Samuel Bassett | 888-981-0046

What do people filing for divorce in Texas need to know about the state’s divorce laws? How does the process work? Does it matter who files first?

Samuel Bassett is a criminal law and family attorney based in Austin, TX, with Minton, Bassett, Flores and Carsey. He is licensed in State and Federal court, and he has extensive trial experience throughout Texas in both family and criminal law.

In this interview, Bassett explains how concepts like no-fault divorce, mediation, petitions to file for divorce, and property division can affect you if you file for divorce in Texas.

Learn more at his AskTheLawyers™ profile: https://bit.ly/3fbBBmI​

Contact him directly by calling 888-981-0046.

0:38 – What is the divorce process like in Texas? Does it matter who files first?
1:38 – Should you consult with an attorney before you file for divorce?
2:17 – Is Texas a no-fault state when it comes to divorce? What does that mean?
3:07 – Is mediation required for divorce in Texas?
3:39 – Is mediation only necessary if the divorce is headed to trial?
4:13 – How is property divided under Texas divorce law?
5:14 – What if one party suspects the other is hiding property or assets?
6:04 – What are some tips for saving money in divorce?

Disclaimer: This video is for informational purposes only. In some states, this video may be deemed Attorney Advertising. The choice of lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely on advertisements

1 Comment

  1. WHAT ARE YOUR THOUGHTS AS TO FEDUCIARY DUTY IN A DIVORCE WHEN ONE PARTY DOES NOT HAVE AN ATTORNEY WHEN THE BREACH OCCURED?

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