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Where To File For Divorce In Austin, TX

When filing for divorce or any other family law case in Austin, it is important to remember that filing in the correct Austin county is a critical step. If you file in the wrong jurisdiction, your case will likely be transferred or dismissed. Either of these situations will take additional time and money to resolve your case. Due to this, it is vitally important that you file in the correct jurisdiction the first time around. Read on to learn about where to file and the fees involved in Austin.

Where Do I File For
Divorce In Austin?

Where you file for divorce in Austin, TX depends on the county you reside in. If you reside in Travis County, you will file for divorce at the Travis County District Court. The address of the Travis County District Court is:

1000 Guadalupe St, Austin, TX 78701

If you reside in Williamson County, you will file for divorce with the Williamson County Clerk. The Williamson County Clerk’s office is in the Williamson County Justice Center located at:

405 Martin Luther King Jr St, Georgetown, TX 78626

How Much Are The Divorce
Filing Fees In Austin?

In addition to the Austin county you reside in, whether or not there are children involved in your Austin divorce will factor into the cost of your divorce filing fees.

In Travis County, the filing fee for a Petition for Divorce without children is $258. The filing fee for a Petition for Divorce with children is $273. A citation for service of the Petition for Divorce costs $8.

In Williamson County, the filing fee for a Petition for Divorce without children is $226. The filing fee for a Petition for Divorce with children is $241. A citation for service of the Petition for Divorce costs $8.

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Is There A Waiting Period Prior To My
Austin Divorce Being Finalized? 

There is a mandatory waiting period of 60 days prior to an Austin divorce being granted. The waiting period starts the day after the Petition for Divorce has been filed. The reason for this mandatory waiting period in Texas is to avoid impulsive decisions. The 60-day window provides divorcing spouses time to think about their decision prior to it being finalized.

The experienced Austin divorce lawyers at Modern Family Law can help you navigate any questions regarding divorce in Austin.

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