Deciding to divorce your spouse is rarely easy. However, a divorce when a spouse lives outside of Texas can be a bit more complicated. If you are a Texas resident, but your spouse lives elsewhere, you may be able to obtain a divorce in Texas, even if your spouse is:
- Residing outside of Texas in the continental United States,
- Living abroad (internationally), or
- She served in the United States military, either out of State or abroad.
Often divorcing couples will choose to proceed with their divorce only when both parties are finally present in the State of Texas.
While this approach may seem more straightforward, your spouse's presence in Texas may not be required for a TX divorce. For couples who do not wish to wait, a Texas divorce can continue to a full conclusion regarding such issues as:
Divorce when YOU are Away
If you are working or living outside of Texas, or are on active duty with the military, the divorce lawyers at the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC, can be retained to assist you with your divorce proceedings.
Our experienced attorneys will guide you through the entire divorce process, including making appearances at court on your behalf—even if you cannot physically attend. With the professional legal assistance provided by the out-of-state, international, or military divorce lawyers at the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC, you may not have to travel to the State of Texas to participate in your divorce proceedings.
As your legal counsel, our firm will be there to advocate passionately and skillfully for your rights in court—no matter where you live.
Texas Military Divorce
In the State of Texas, military personnel is allowed to file for a divorce in one of three places:
- The State that the service person is currently stationed
- The State that the spouse currently resides
- The State that the serviceperson claims residence
Although military divorces can be complicated for all parties involved, a veteran military divorce attorney can help you resolve all of your child support, child custody, and financial issues. As a military serviceperson, your parental rights should be protected.
With the proper legal representation, you can protect your future and your legal rights to your children, even if you are currently serving abroad. Please visit our detailed section on military divorce and military child custody.
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Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC | Spring, Texas Divorce Lawyers
The Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC, routinely handles matters that affect children and families. If you have questions regarding divorce, it's essential to speak with one of our Spring, TX Divorce Lawyers right away to protect your rights.
Our divorce lawyers in Spring, TX, are skilled at listening to your goals during this trying process and developing a strategy to meet those goals. Contact the Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC by calling (281) 810-9760 or submit your contact information in our online form. The Law Office of Bryan Fagan, PLLC, handles Divorce cases in Spring, Texas, Cypress, Klein, Humble, Kingwood, Tomball, The Woodlands, the FM 1960 area, or surrounding areas, including Harris County, Montgomery County, Liberty County, Chambers County, Galveston County, Brazoria County, Fort Bend County, and Waller County.