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Adam Kielich is an employment attorney, Fort Worth divorce lawyer and principal attorney at The Kielich Law Firm in Bedford, Texas.The Kielich Law Firm represents clients in employment law and family law matters across the Dallas and Fort Worth area.
There’s no reason to have us charge clients for waiting around the courtroom or to hold up other courts.In Texas parties must wait sixty days between the date filing a divorce petition and the date a judge can grant a divorce (absent truly extraordinary circumstances, like family violence).If a waiver of service has not been executed then the spouse not filing the petition, called the respondent, must be served with process and the divorce cannot be granted until the respondent has had the required opportunity to file an answer (10am the Monday following twenty days after the date of service) and the return of service proving service occurred has been on file for at least ten days.Some of these processes add months to the divorce process.If you are trying to get out of a bad marriage that can be a real problem.Most courts require parties to attend a parenting class before granting the divorce. If one parent doesn’t go then the court may not approve your decree until both parents satisfy the requirement or one party hires a lawyer to get out of the pro se process.
The courts also typically want to pre-approve your divorce decree before you can have a prove up hearing. Many courts have limited resources to approve decrees and you may wait months to gain approval.
Associate judges have limited time to approve decrees.
You may wait weeks before you can get on the schedule.
These delays occur because the family courts recognize that pro se parties typically do not understand the judicial process to obtain a divorce nor are they experts in drafting divorce decrees.
Rather than create situations where possession orders in a divorce decree cause complicated problems, the courts have set up various mechanisms to review divorce decrees and set up pre-divorce programs to help usher people through the judicial process as simply as possible.
A QDRO allows the parties to avoid paying early withdrawal penalty fees imposed by the federal government.