Houston Divorce Attorneys – Publication Divorce
Many people separate from their spouse without getting a divorce. This may be for financial reasons or simply a lack of interest in going through a divorce. Some people think they are legally separated after a certain amount of time. Texas does not recognize legal separation. Often times a spouse is unable to locate the other spouse when they are finally ready to file for divorce. This complicates matters of child support, child custody and visitation, property division and the divorce process in general. Below are common questions we hear from clients who find themselves unable to find their significant other. If you have further questions, contact Shawn M. Rudisel, your Houston divorce problem solver for a complimentary consultation.
Can I legally separate after a certain amount of time?
Can I still get a divorce if I can’t find my spouse?
Is it cheaper to get a divorce when my spouse in unable to be located?
What is an Ad Litem Attorney and what do they do?
What happens if the Ad Litem does not find my spouse?
What happens if the Ad Litem locates my spouse?
If your missing spouse is finally located, the court will require that the spouse be served at their address or wherever they may be found. The spouses response to being served will determine if it will proceed as an uncontested divorce or a contested divorce. Remember, publication is simply a method of serving a party.
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If you want a divorce but cannot find your spouse, call The Rudisel Law Firm, P.C. We have the ability to finalized your divorce through the process of publication. For more information, contact your Houston Divorce Attorneys today.