How to Get a No-Fault Divorce

Category: Divorce Filing

A no-fault divorce in Texas can be faster and less expensive than a “fault” divorce because there are no allegations of marital wrongdoing to resolve. In Texas, there are two types of no-fault divorce:

  1. a divorce based on insupportability and
  2. a divorce based on living apart for at least three years.
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