Finalize Your Divorce the Simple Way
A variety of divorce scenarios fall under our Simple Texas Divorce program. As long as the divorce is uncontested—meaning it is mutual between both parties—you can obtain a Simple Texas Divorce. It doesn’t matter if you own property, have outstanding debt, or have children. We have a plan and a “divorce-in-a-box” option for everyone seeking a simple, affordable divorce.
We offer two options:
If you are unsure which option is best suited for you, we encourage you to discuss your unique case with us. Our divorce attorneys can walk you through your options and help you make the right decision for your family.
Pro Se Divorce
If you want to handle your divorce alone, without an attorney representing you in court, then the pro se option is for you. Our attorneys will create all the forms you need for filing. We will not attend any meetings with your spouse or your spouse’s attorney, or any Court hearings as those activities do not qualify for our pro se Simple Texas Divorce option.
Divorce with Attorney Representation
Under the Simple Texas Divorce program, you can still obtain attorney representation for a low, flat rate. With this option, we will draft all your forms for you and attend your prove-up hearing with the Court. If you and your spouse need assistance with reaching an agreement for assets, debts, and/or child support and visitation, please contact our full-service family law firm, Coker, Robb & Cannon, Family Lawyers. We can help you and your spouse reach a quick agreement for assets, debts, and child support and visitation, and attend your final prove-up hearing with the Court.
Other Simple Texas Divorce Services
- Adult Name Change
- Agreed Child Support Modification
- Agreed Conservatorship or/or Standard Possession Change
- Agreed Conservatorship and/or Custom Possession Change
Reach out to us at (940) 236-0972 if you have any questions about pro se divorce or divorce with legal representation. We serve all of Texas, including Collin County, Cooke County, Dallas County, Denton County, and Tarrant County.