Where can I learn about representing myself in a Dallas County divorce?
This guide from the Dallas Bar Association is an introduction to representing yourself (known as pro se representation) in a family lawsuit in Dallas County.
- Understanding the Risks of Representing Yourself
- Getting a Divorce
- General Information
- Beginning the Divorce Process
- Presumption of Community Property
- Middle of the Case
- Finalizing Your Divorce
- Dealing with Paternity
- Divorce with Children
- Family Violence
- Important Rules and Deadlines
- Common Questions
- Resources and References
Where can I find a complete list of resources for divorce help in Dallas?
See the "Resources and References" section of the Dallas Bar Association's Representing Yourself in a Divorce publication.
Click the link below for the full brochure.
This article tells you about resources for financial help when you are divorcing and you have a low income.
This article tells you about getting divorced when you and your spouse own (or are purchasing) a house or land.
This article tells you about dividing your property and debt in a divorce.
Frequently asked questions filing a divorce without children.
This article answers frequently asked questions about filing a divorce with children.
FAQs: Filing for Divorce with Children when there is an existing Court Order Regarding Custody and Child SupportThis article answers frequently asked questions about filing for divorce with children when there is already an existing court order regarding cust...
This article tells you about getting a divorce when the husband is not the father of a child born during the marriage.