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Ready Divorce Service has for years specialized in helping people complete their Uncontested Texas Divorce in an accurate and professional manner.




Start your Uncontested Texas divorce today and be on your way to getting a quick inexpensive divorce finalized!

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Filing Your Divorce in Texas 

Uncontested vs Contested  

Divorce in Texas, like any other state, falls into two main categories: contested and uncontested. The main difference between the two lies in whether the couple can come to an agreement on all the issues regarding the divorce process, or if they have to battle them out in court.

Issues regarding child custody, retirement accounts, and property division can sometimes be difficult for some couples to resolve on their own. If they cannot come to an agreement, the divorce is considered to be contested. In order to reach an agreement, the couple is better off seeking outside help such as mediation, arbitration, or even a trial.

Unsurprisingly, a contested divorce almost always takes a much longer time than an uncontested one.

Uncontested Divorce in Texas

In contrast to contested divorce, an uncontested divorce takes place when both spouses come to an agreement on all terms of the divorce. It is generally an amicable process and sometimes referred to as an “agreed” or “mutual” divorce.

Texas law allows citizens to file for an uncontested divorce based on the grounds of a No-Fault divorce, commonly referred to as “insupportability”. This indicates a conflict of personalities or irreconcilable differences. When a couple simply cannot get along with each other (or does not want to spend time proving fault in court), a No-Fault, uncontested divorce can be initiated.

If you file for an uncontested divorce, it can save you a lot of time and money due to fewer legal fees. Furthermore, you get the opportunity to prepare the required documents online. Furthermore, uncontested divorces give you the opportunity to have the relevant documents prepared online.

In an uncontested divorce, the Respondent signs a Waiver permitting the case to be finished without his/her participation. The Petitioner and their attorney (if involved) go to court for a hearing. There, the judge goes through a list of standard questions and may approve the divorce on the spot.

Why Ready Divorce Service?

  1. A Texas divorce lawyer will typically charge $4,000 for a simple uncontested divorce.

  2. Ready Divorce Service completes all of the paperwork required quickly and affordable.

  3. Our fee starts as low as $1,200 plus the Court’s filing fees.

  4. Flat Fee NO additional fees are charged.

  5. Typically, savings of $2,500 by using Ready Divorce Service.


Texas Residency Requirements

​Per Texas statutes, A suit for divorce may not be maintained in this state unless at the time the suit is filed either the petitioner or the respondent has been:

(1)  a domiciliary of this state for the preceding six-month period; and

(2)  a resident of the county in which the suit is filed for the preceding 90-day period.

Also, a divorce in Texas cannot be finalized if the wife is pregnant. If the wife is pregnant, be sure to keep this in mind.

Legal Advice

The staff at Ready Divorce Service cannot provide direct legal advice when completing your divorce papers. If you do have a contested or complex case, you should always seek assistance from a family law attorney. Utilizing our website is never considered a substitute for seeking help from an attorney.

Filing Fees

The court filing fees in Texas are charged by the court, and they are in addition to the cost of using Ready Divorce Service. Filing fees vary county by county.


Starting your Paperwork


  1. Complete the Divorce Questionnaire via the link on our site.

  2. Once done the questionnaire will come directly to one of our partners to review.  One of our team members will reach out to go over the information you provided. If needed, they will also meet with you one-on-one to answer any questions or concerns about the process. Once you give us the go ahead, we will require your payment information to begin your case. 

  3. It normally takes about 12 to 24 hours to prepare the paperwork necessary to start the case.  We will call to schedule a meeting to go over the paperwork and the next steps moving forward.

  • Note:  If you have children, you will need to provide a copy of your Court Ordered Child Support and Visitation.  If you do not have this, you can contact the Attorney General’s office and they will do this free of charge.



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