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Where To File For Divorce In San Antonio, TX

Thinking of filing for divorce in San Antonio, Texas? The process, like every other legal proceeding, can be lengthy and complicated. Even if you and your spouse agree on the terms of your divorce, you’ll need to file the appropriate paperwork and go through the correct courts to finalize your separation. If you and your spouse cannot come to an agreeable settlement regarding property, child custody, or any other matter pertaining to your impending divorce, it is best that you seek the help of an attorney who specializes in family law.

Where Do I File For
Divorce In San Antonio?

In Bexar County, once you have completed your petition for divorce you must file it with the District Clerk’s Civil Filing Department. The District Clerk’s Civil Filing Department can be found in the Paul Elizondo Tower. The address of the Paul Elizondo Tower is:

101 W Nueva St, Suite 216, San Antonio, TX 78205

How Much Are The Divorce
Filing Fees In San Antonio?

Whether or not there are children involved in your San Antonio divorce will factor into the cost of your divorce filing fees.

In Bexar County, the filing fee for a Petition for Divorce without children is $248. The filing fee for a Petition for Divorce with children is $299. A citation for service of the Petition for Divorce costs $8.

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Our experienced divorce lawyers in San Antonio have the knowledge, resources, and dedication to prepare your case and protect your interests to find the best possible outcome.

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

There is a mandatory waiting period of 60 days prior to a San Antonio 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 San Antonio divorce lawyers at Modern Family Law can help you navigate any questions regarding divorce in Austin.

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Austin, TX

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Modern Family Law’s team of experienced Texas divorce lawyers takes a compassionate approach to the practice of family law. Using innovative technology to create an effective and efficient process for our clientele, our attorneys approach each case as a collective effort to find the best long-term solutions for each family. For more information please give us a call or fill out a short form online to sign up for a free consultation today! Learn about our divorce lawyers in Austin and our divorce lawyers in San Antonio Let us make a positive difference in your life.

By: MFL Team

Posted June 02, 2022

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