The Petition for Divorce form is used as an official application that is made by residents of the State of Texas who seek a legal divorce from a court. The Petition for Divorce form may have to be submitted with other forms according to the laws of the State of Texas.
If a court in the State of Texas decides that a spouse is required to pay for child support after the divorce, the Employers Order to Withhold From Earnings can be used to deduct the set amount.
The Exhibit Child Support Order is a form that indicates the terms and conditions related to the child support conditions for the spouse who is going to pay the child support. This form is the official form used for that purpose.
The Exhibit Conservatorship form is used to state the main place of residence for minor child after the completion of a divorce.
The Exhibit Required Information, Texas Family Code is a form that is used in case of a divorce to reveal to the court information regarding a family member who is involved in the divorce.
The Exhibit Medical Child Support Order is a form that is used to order one of the spouses to pay for the health insurance of the other child after the divorce has been completed. This can be decided for a stated period or for an indefinite amount.
The Exhibit Possession and Access Order is a form that is used to state events such as holidays in which the children can see the spouse with who they do not live. The terms of the form must be agreed to by both spouses.
The Exhibit Rights and Duties form is used to state which of the spouses will have control over the education of the children. In addition to education, other decisions related to the children’s well being are included.
The Final Decree of Divorce is a form that is signed by the judge in the final court hearing for a divorce case. Signing this form is required in order to make the divorce official.
The Notice of Oral Hearing form is used by the court to send both parties a notice of the date of the upcoming court hearing.