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Filing for Divorce in McKinney, TX?

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Need assistance with a difficult divorce? Camille Borg Law, PLLC can help. Contact us for an initial consultation!

At Camille Borg Law PLLC, our lawyer in McKinney, TX serves the divorce-related legal needs of clients throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas area. Clients come to our firm because they know we will deliver personalized legal services in a compassionate manner while vigorously protecting their rights inside and outside of the courtroom.

We are experienced in a variety of divorce-related matters, including:

There are many legal matters to be dealt with during a divorce, and the division of property is one of them. High asset property division is difficult enough without becoming embroiled in painful disputes, especially when children are involved. In order to have these conflicts resolved as fairly and amicably as possible, it is best to have an experienced lawyer assisting you. At Camille Borg Law PLLC, we work closely with clients and help them come up with fair, realistic goals for the division of property during a divorce. We then craft a creative legal strategy designed to achieve those goals as peacefully as possible.

You deserve an ally during this difficult time. Contact our lawyer today at (469) 646-7763.

What are the requirements to file for divorce in Texas?

To file for divorce in Texas, you must first meet a residency requirement. Either you or your spouse must have been a resident of Texas for at least six months prior to filing. Additionally, you must have resided in the county where you are filing for at least 90 days.

How Much Does It Cost to File for Divorce in Collin County?

The cost of divorce in Collin County is going to vary in each case depending on the fees and legal representation needed. However, the cost to file for divorce in Collin County is around $300. This is a mandatory fee.

How Do I File for Divorce in Collin County, Texas?

To file for divorce in Collin County and get your case placed on the Court’s calendar you will need to file all the required documents with the Collin County District Clerk’s office. Furthermore, the Original Petition for Divorce needs to be on file for at least 60 days before the case moves forwards (an exception is made when a case involves family violence.)

How We Can Help You Through Your Divorce

Couple getting divorcedToo many people make the mistake of trying to handle their divorces by themselves. In doing so, they often overlook the serious consequences attached to seemingly common-sense decisions.

Attorney Camille R. Borg will know the kind of help you need because she commits herself to working closely with every client. In developing a strong attorney/client relationship, Camille develops a solid understanding of their current situation, which allows her to develop a unique plan of action that best suits her clients’ needs.

In all of these difficult situations, Camille draws on her previous experience as a social worker. Her longstanding experience working in this field gives her insight into the guidance and advice people are looking for during a divorce.

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Camille’s personalized approach to clients has earned her the admiration of many of her clients. If you enlist her services, you can expect the same compassionate approach during the divorce process while she works to ensure you are treated fairly.

Our attorney knows how difficult a divorce can be and that tempers can flare when trying to divide property. Our goal is to ensure our clients receive their fair share while helping both parties come to a peaceful resolution. Our office will also help you understand the legal options that may be available to you. Mediation can often be used to avoid increased conflict and, where necessary, trial can be used to protect your rights. Whatever solution you choose, you can rely on the experienced counsel of our attorney in McKinney, TX.

Texas Divorce Grounds

There are several grounds that can be used to file for divorce in Texas.

  • Insupportability (“no-fault”)
  • Living apart
  • Mental disorder
  • Cruel treatment
  • Desertion/Abandonment
  • Felony conviction
  • Adultery

Be sure to contact our firm to learn more about these grounds and to discuss which option is best for you and your specific situation.

Residency Requirement for Divorce in Texas

To file for divorce in Texas, a couple must meet the following residency requirements:

  • One spouse must be a Texas resident for at least six months before the couple can file for divorce
  • The spouse must also be a resident of a county for at least ninety days before the couple can file for divorce

Furthermore, there is a 60-day waiting period after the divorce is filed before it can be granted.

Is Texas A 50/50 state when it comes to divorce?

Yes, Texas is a 50/50 state when it comes to divorce. This is also known as a community property state. This means that when a couple gets divorced, all of the property acquired during the marriage is split 50/50. The only property that is not split during this is separate property, which includes property acquired before the marriage, gifts/inheritance, and property acquired after separating.

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