If you and your spouse can “part as friends”, your divorce case will be less stressful, less expensive, and more online.

Read why divorce prices range from $149 to $4,000. 

Megan Connor, Managing Partner of the Connor & Connor Law Firm.  Hire Megan to handle your divorce matter here.

If you and your spouse can “part as friends”, your divorce case will be less stressful, less expensive, and more online.

Read why divorce prices range from $149 to $4,000 (click).

Megan Connor, Managing Partner of the Connor & Connor Law Firm. Hire Megan to handle your divorce matter here (click).

Our Services:

We will coordinate the hearing and meet you in person to finalize the case.  Other than this step, the rest of the case is done online and telephonically. 

What If I Do Not Know Whether My Spouse Will Agree?  (Click For Answer)

The Part As Friends Divorce Service Has a 5 Star Rating on The Better Business Bureau. 4.9 Rating on Google With 42 Reviews, 5 Star Rating on Yelp, and a 5 Star Rating on Nearby Now.

What is the “Part as Friends” Divorce?

The part as friends divorce is the top selling divorce service at the Connor & Connor Law Firm.  Our goal is to lead you through your amicable divorce. It is a convenient divorce that we offer throughout all of Texas, and it is processed almost entirely online by your Connor & Connor Lawyer.  The divorce service is perfect for friendly divorce cases involving large or small amounts of property, and regardless of the complexity of your parenting plan needs.

One of the Best Aspects of Our Divorce Service is How Customized It Is, To Ensure We Meet Your Family’s Needs

All families are different, which is why our lawyers will absolutely tailor your divorce forms and language to meet your individual needs. Whether we are dividing your family business, planning custody or doing a military pension division, we understand how vital the details are in the long run.  Getting the language right in your documents is everything in a divorce.  No matter how friendly the case, you need divorce papers that are enforceable for the long haul.

Your Convenient Online Process

Most law firms are behind the times with technology and require in person meetings to talk to you.  We are processing these cases online because our clients want service, online.

  • Step 1: Order our services on the phone (210) 686-7622, through email [email protected] or online.
  • Step 2: Go through our list of settlement questions via email.  Type in your answers and submit them back to us.
  • Step 3: Based on your answers, your family lawyer drafts all your divorce forms.  We revise them as much as you want.  Once, you are ready and sure you have an agreed divorce, we file your case.
  • Step 4: Your lawyer then processes and coordinates the rest of your divorce on the telephone, and then we attend your final hearing to get your divorce granted.

A 60 Day Divorce Process

Checklist for Eligibility of Your Case:

1. Do both you and your spouse agree to be divorced? (Answer must be yes. If you are not sure, click here for your options).

2. Can you and your spouse sign off on our divorce papers as how to divide assets, debts and how to share in raising your children (if applicable)? (Answer must be yes.  If you are not sure on your options for agreement, click here).

3.  Is either spouse pregnant or in a pending bankruptcy proceeding? (Answer must be no.  If the answer is yes, click here for your options).

4.  Have either you or your spouse lived in your particular county of Texas for the last 6 months (Answer must be yes.  questions on this? click here). More questions? Email [email protected]

5.  Has your spouse hired a lawyer that has served you with papers or has filed documents in your divorce case? (Answer must be no.  If you have been served with divorce papers, you have a contested divorce and the part as friends divorce service will not work for you at this time).

Ready to start your case? (210) 686-7622. This number calls several of our lawyers simultaneously to help get you to a lawyer faster.  Or email [email protected].  Or, just order our lawyer divorce service online here.

Children's Bill of Rights 1)

Neither parent shall deny the child reasonable use of the telephone to place and receive calls with the other parent and relatives.

Children's Bill of Rights 2)

Neither parent shall permit the children to overhear arguments, negotiations or other substantive discussions about legal or business dealings between the parents.

Prevent Your Child From Hearing Derogatory Remarks About Mom or Dad

Neither parent shall speak or write derogatory remarks about the other parent to the child, or engage in abusive, coarse or foul language, which can be overheard by the child whether or not the language involves the other parent.” as per the Children’s Bill of Rights.

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Give Your Child the Right to Display Your Memories.

Each parent will permit the child to display photographs of the other parent or both parents in the child’s room” as per the Children’s Bill of Rights.

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Keep Judgements About You Out of Your Child's Ears.

co-parenting texas divorce lawyerNeither parent shall communicate moral judgments about the other parent to the child concerning the other parent’s choice of values, lifestyle, choice of friends, successes or failures in life (career, financial, relational) or residential choice” as per the Children’s Bill of Rights.

Prevent Your Ex From Interrogating Your Child About Your Visit.

Neither parent will interrogate the child about the other parent nor will either parent discourage comments by the child about the other parent.” as per the Children’s Bill of Rights.

Does the Exclusive Right To Decide Primary Residence Include the Right to Choose Schools?

If You Ask the internet or ChatGPT, you will get an answer like this:   In Texas, if you are granted the exclusive right to establish the primary residence of the child in a divorce, it generally means that you have the authority to determine where the child will...

What Happens If You File Your Own Divorce And Do Not Include the Child Custody Part?

ChatGPT and other internet sources may state something along the lines of this relating to what happens if you do not include your SAPCR in a Texas case: In Texas, SAPCR stands for "Suit Affecting the Parent-Child Relationship," which is a type of legal action that...

If You Fail To Designate A Case Evaluator As a Witness For Your Custody Trial, Can You Still Use Them? Probably Not

In Texas family law cases, if you want to use a court-appointed case evaluator as an expert witness during your trial, it is generally advisable to properly designate them as an expert during the discovery phase of your case. During discovery, parties exchange...

Does the Custody Evaluator Always Determine Which Parent Wins “Primary”?

The case evaluator, also known as a custody evaluator, is a professional appointed by the court to assess and make recommendations regarding child custody arrangements. However, it's important to note that the case evaluator's recommendations are not binding, and the...

Child Custody In a Prenup

While there are a lot of matters that you can agree on with your soon-to-be spouse in a prenup, agreeing that you will not have a custody battle is NOT one of them.  And, during a marriage, you also cannot contract on matters relating to visitation, child support or...

Parental Alienation is a Form of Child Abuse

I was sitting in a courtroom watching the closing remarks of a jury trial not long ago. The trial was one where the jury would decide on child custody between two parents. One of the experts appointed on the case stood up and talked about parental alienation. The...

10 Things That A Lawyer Will Tell You NOT To Do During Your Texas Divorce

If you ever find yourself in the middle of a divorce case, you will be astonished at how many rules apply to you during that time.  The Court takes a sort of possession and ownership of your assets during this time, so you do not have the same measure of control that...

Finding Cruel Treatment in Divorce Cases

Here are 3 times when a court in Texas recently found cruel treatment had occurred and awarded one spouse more money than the other in the divorce outcome:The Court found cruel treatment in the Texas case of Orzechowski in 2021 where husband was calling wife demeaning...

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