Do I Have to Prove Fault to Get a Divorce in TX?
Are you planning to file for divorce here in Austin, or anywhere throughout the state of Texas? Are you wondering whether you need to prove fault before being able to get a divorce? When a married couple is no longer compatible or able to get along, it is highly likely that couple is headed for divorce.
There is no need to prove fault when filing for a divorce in Texas. State laws allow individuals to file for a "no-fault" divorce on the grounds of irreconcilable differences. In cases where one party's actions are responsible for the marriage coming to an end, proving fault could have a significant impact on how the court will consider the equitable distribution of marital property. Adultery, spousal abuse, abandonment and long-term incarceration are all grounds for a fault divorce.
If you are considering filing for divorce, whether it be based on grounds of fault or no-fault, an Austin divorce attorney from our firm can assist you. Our attorneys have more than 175 years combined family law experience. We understand the complexities involved in the divorce process and we are determined to do everything we can to help our clients navigate their divorce with ease. We are skilled negotiators who are committed to helping you achieve the most optimal settlement agreement, and to do so in a timely fashion so that you can get on with living your life. In divorce cases involving fault, you can trust that we will work hard to help you pursue your fair share of the marital property.
To find out more about the legal services we offer, contact Friday Milner Lambert Turner, PLLC now.