Unfortunately, once the process starts separating couples find that they are not willing to give up somethings which can lead to some pivotal disagreements. This sometimes turns an uncontested separation into a contested divorce that can lead to a trial.
However, if you simply want a divorce done quickly and move on with your life, then the divorce paperwork can be an issue. The reason is that the divorce forms have to be filled out exactly according to legal protocol. The longer it takes to get the filing and submission process done correctly then the longer it will take to get the divorce completed.
Understand that the absolute fastest divorce still takes a minimum of 60 days but, because of filing errors or submission delays 60 day divorces almost never happens when individuals try the DIY approach. Often it may take multiple filing and submissions which can trigger additional 60 day processing periods resets.
The bottom line is that if you want a quick uncontested divorce to make it through the Texas court system the firs time, then use a divorce firm who knows exactly how the process works. This simplifies the process and allows you to move on with the next chapter of your life.
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