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For a divorce, can we have one lawyer represent the both of us?
AThe law permits lawyers to represent both sides of a dispute with proper disclosure and waivers; however, it is never a good idea. Our divorce lawyers in Dallas TX have a policy of only representing one side of a divorce.
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How much will my divorce cost?
AIt is impossible to predict with accuracy how much your divorce will cost, which is why our Dallas law firms typically handle divorce cases on an hourly basis. The cost will depend on the complexity of the case and how your goals for resolution of the case compare with your spouse’s.
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Do you accept Credit Cards?
AYes, our divorce lawyer Dallas office accepts Discover, Mastercard, and Visa cards.
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What are my office hours?
AOur law offices in Dallas are open 8:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Monday through Friday, except on major holidays.
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Can I get a second opinion in my case?
AThe ethical rules at our Dallas law firms only permit a lawyer to discuss a case with a person represented by another lawyer with the permission of the other lawyer.
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How much will my divorce cost?
AIt is impossible to predict with accuracy how much your divorce will cost, which is why our Dallas law firms typically handle divorce cases on an hourly basis. The cost will depend on the complexity of the case and how your goals for resolution of the case compare with your spouse’s.
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Do I really need a lawyer?
AAlthough it is possible to handle some simple legal matters without a lawyer, it is not advisable. Just like it is possible to perform simple medical procedures on yourself, it is usually not a good idea. The same analogy holds true for more complex legal matters. The more complex the matter, the less chance of success without a lawyer. Contact us today for the best divorce lawyer in Dallas and the best Dallas criminal attorneys.
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How long must I live in Texas to get a Divorce here?
AIn order to file divorce in Texas, one of the spouses must be a domiciliary of the state of Texas for at least 6 months, and a resident of the county where the divorce is filed for at least the preceding 90 days.

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If I am in the military and not stationed at home in Texas, can I still get a divorce in Texas?
AYes. If a Texas resident spends time outside of Texas due to military service, the residency requirement remains satisfied. Our divorce lawyers in Dallas TX can assist you to make this process as easy as possible.
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Does someone have to be “at fault” in order to get a divore in Texas?
ANo. Texas is a “no fault” state. The court will grant a divorce if either party swears under oath that the marriage has become insupportable because of discord or conflict of personalities that has destroyed the legitimate ends of the marriage relationship and prevents any reasonable expectation of reconciliation. Contact our office today for the best divorce lawyer in Dallas!
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Can you get a legal separation in Texas?
ANo. Texas does not recognize legal separation. The closest thing Texas has to legal separation is temporary orders made by the court after the divorce is on file. Contact our divorce lawyers in Dallas for more assistance.

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