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How Much Information Is Needed For A Divorce in Texas?

Updated: Nov 22, 2022

A divorce wouldn’t be a divorce without all the paperwork. The amount of information required for a divorce varies depending on your situation. In a straightforward, non-contested divorce, most of the information required will be fairly easy to obtain. If the situation is more complicated, a little more documentation could be required. Here are some items that you may need to dig up as you prepare to file for divorce.

  • Social Security Numbers for you, your spouse, and your children

  • A list of all assets you acquired during the marriage

  • A list of assets you owned before the marriage

  • A list of assets your spouse owned before the marriage

  • Cause Numbers for any court orders regarding your children

  • Residence History

  • Year, Make, Model, VIN of any vehicles you and your spouse own

  • Value of any vehicles you and your spouse own

  • Loan amounts for vehicles you and your spouse own

  • Estimated values for any property you and your spouse own

  • Outstanding loan amounts for loans taken out during your marriage

  • Names on the titles for each vehicle owned by you and your spouse

  • Copy of any premarital agreements

  • Login Information for any websites related to your finances

  • Bank Statements

  • Financial Statements for investment and retirement accounts

  • Tax Returns

It’s okay if you don’t have access to all of this information in the beginning stages of your divorce. If you’re unable to obtain some of this information because your spouse has control of the information, your attorney can help ensure that the information is turned over to you.

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