How long does it take to complete an online divorce in the state of Texas?
When considering an online divorce in the state of Texas, the first question that most have is "how long does it take?"
The first consideration for a couple seeking divorce is where to file. One files in the county/state of residence, not of the marriage. There are residency requirements and waiting periods involved with all states/provinces.
Here is the residency requirement for divorce for the state of Texas:
The Petitioner or the Respondent must have been: (1) a resident of this state for the preceding six-month period; and (2) a resident of the county in which the suit is filed for 90-days.
Complete the documents on the online divorce site. The essential elements of any divorce are summarized in a previous article.
Once the divorce documents are completed, they should be signed and notarized (if they call for a notary signature.) Usually, your local bank will notarize documents at no charge if you are a bank customer.