Grounds for Divorce in Texas State Online

There are many grounds for divorce in Texas. These include insupportability, cruelty, adultery, conviction of a felony, abandonment, living apart for more than three years, confinement in a metal hospital. Insupportability is the ground used for a no fault divorce. The other grounds listed above require fault be assigned to the offending spouse. The most common ground is insupportability as it is the ground used in uncontested divorces in Texas. If you’re seeking a divorce based on fault grounds you should speak with a Texas family law attorney before initiating your divorce.

What are Grounds for Divorce in Texas Laws?

You can review the Texas statute that lists the grounds for divorce here:

If you’re looking to get your divorce completed as soon as possible and with the least cost you should consider an uncontested divorce. With an uncontested divorce you and your spouse reach an agreement on how to divide your marital property and debts. You do not have to spend your time proving ground for the divorce because you complete the divorce based on insupportability which does not assign blame to either spouse.

See if you qualify to use Texas Divorce Online to begin your uncontested divorce process in Texas.