Divorce Forms vs. Divorce Attorneys

The Texas Tribune recently uncovered that Supreme Court Chief Justice Wallace Jefferson was to proceed with referring divorce forms created by the court’s Uniform Form Task Force to the Supreme Court Advisory Committee.

Once approved, the divorce forms would be accepted in Texas courts without the need for divorce attorneys. Divorce lawyers contested the use of these forms arguing that the legal system and divorce process between couples is far too complex for just forms. The State Bar of Texas’ board of directors voted against the forms and urged the Supreme Court to stop the process.

Jefferson refused to consider the vote. Instead he encouraged the Supreme Court to make any alterations necessary to improve the divorce forms for their introduction to Texas courts.

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The divorce process is a complicated process that requires logical legal advice and knowledge of an experienced attorney. Forms and documents alone are not equipped with handling a divorce between two parties. The divorce attorneys of McAllen will handle your divorce with dedication and professionalism. Contact the attorneys from Barrera, Sanchez & Assoc., P.C. at (956) 287-7555.

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