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Hi guys, this is Ali Shah with the Law Offices of Bryan Fagan. And today's topic is about the residency requirement to file a divorce in Texas. The first residency requirement states that one party must have been a domiciliary of Texas for at least six months. So either party could be either the respondent or the petitioner. The second requirement is that one party must be a county resident for at least 90 days. These are two of the specific requirements that must be met before you can file for divorce. To find out more, please visit our website at Thank you.