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How to get divorce in Texas without an attorney – for Dummies

>> File Uncontested Divorce for only $129 (Includes court fee waiver request filing if you cannot afford) Getting divorce as Pro Se litigants (Self-Filing) has gotten easier nowadays as there are many tools available online to help guide through the process. Introduction of eFiling has simplified the process even further as it is just a… Read More »

Documents standards for eFiling in Texas- US Legal PRO

Amongst number of existing electronic filing service providers Texas based organization “US Legal PRO” has put forward a step in simplifying the eFiling process by introducing itself as the OCA (Office of Court Administration) certified  Electronic Filing Service Provider for Texas along with other user friendly e-filing services. As per the decision of Supreme Court… Read More »

Steps to eFile uncontested divorce in Texas courts – 9 easy steps

>> File Uncontested Divorce for only $129 (Includes court fee waiver request filing if you cannot afford) Note: Many are interested in how much a typical divorce costs – so let us get that out of the way. Contested divorces cost vary depending on the complexity of the cases and attorneys and firms. Typically uncontested divorces… Read More »

eFiling – “New approach to judicial system”

The increasing technological advancements in early 90s introduced the new way of judicial process of filing a court case online known as eFiling. The eFiling, also known as Electronic Filing, is the process of transmissions of legal documents using computer program from one party to another or to the concerned authority over the internet. eFiling… Read More »

Texas eFiling Mandate Reaches 17 New Counties

The Supreme Court of Texas has made eFiling mandatory for civil cases in district courts, statutory probate courts, statutory county courts and constitutional county courts beginning January 2014. Starting with courts whose population numbers 500,000 or more, eFiling has now reached courts with populations of 100,000 to 199,999, raising the number of mandated counties by… Read More »