Your Divorce During Covid-19 😷Concerns

The courts ⚖️ across the State of Texas have changed their policies so that a large portion of family law cases simply occur online with zoom, the telephone📱and email.

Choose a legal service that knows how to operate for you online 👩🏻‍💻, since the courts are requiring this change.

All of the lawyers and staff 👩🏻‍💻👩🏼‍💼👨🏾‍💼 at this Firm have been handling divorce cases entirely on its online platform for years.

The Part as Friends Divorce gets consistent awesome reviews ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ with its online divorce lawyer service.  Just Google “Connor & Connor Law Firm” and you can read what clients have to say.

We at Connor & Connor have been serving divorce cases online for many years, and were frontrunners in the State of Texas in moving to the paperless divorce practice. 📨⚖️

Our lawyers, including our managing partners Megan Connor and Attorney Connor and associate lawyers are all totally accustomed to working online 💼 💻for you.

This matters for your case a lot, because if you are paying 💵 a lawyer 👩🏼‍💼by the hour, you do not want to be paying him/her to learn how to run their practice online. Time is money. 🕰💵

This website is made✂️🖋📝 by the very same family lawyers that handle your case here .

No matter where you are in Texas, the Part as Friends™ divorce is set up to serve you.

Here are the steps to your divorce:

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Step 1 Ask Yourself If the Marriage is Really Over

You do not need a single  thing from your spouse🙎🏼‍♂️🙎🏽‍♀️in order to start a Part as Friends divorce.

Is the marriage really over?

If the first answer below is yes, then you can proceed to Step 2. 👇

If the answer is no, then you can read this page for informational purposes only. 📜

 

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Step 2 Decide If You Want To Try to Start the Divorce Out In a Friendly Way, With the Chance of Having An Agreement.

Again, you do not need a single thing from your spouse in order to start a Part as Friends™ divorce.

You, on your own, can decide whether to start the case out as a friendly, non-combative divorce here.  A LOT of people wrongly assume they should start their divorce off by hiring a lawyer to serve their spouse, instead of approaching things in a less combative manner.  This mistake actually can cost thousands of dollars because the reaction of your spouse will be to hire their own high dollar lawyer.  Now the family is out $10,000 or more, and they never even TRIED to see what they could agree on first.

So, our philosophy is that most often you should instead start the case the Part as Friends™ way.

There are Pros and Cons of starting a divorce out the Part as Friends™ way:

PROS: 👌👍

  • You are approaching the divorce as respectfully and gently as possible.
  • You have a family lawyer doing the work for you, and ensuring it is correct. 👩🏼‍💼
  • Your spouse is not served with papers by a process server. 👮🏼‍♂️
  • Filing your case as a part as friends divorce is much less expensive than a traditional divorce where your spouse is served with papers. 👩🏻‍💻
  • You can change your case to a contested divorce, if you need to, and you still benefit from having the case filed by a lawyer at a cheaper cost. 💰
  • Your divorce will cost a flat fee as listed on the pricing page, which is much less than typical divorce lawyer services.
  • The goal of the Part as Friends™ legal team is to get your divorce done as quickly as possible (61 days) and to not cause you to fight with your spouse, wherever possible.  This is a HUGE differentiator from most law firms that stand to benefit by making more money if you fight with your spouse, and if your case takes longer.
  • You can start the Part as Friends™ entirely from home on your computer 🖥or phone 📲. 

CONS: 😔

  • Your spouse is not served with papers by a process server 👮🏼‍♂️, which some people want.
  • You do not have a temporary orders hearing in a Part as Friends (a temporary orders hearing is a hearing that usually adds $2,500 💸 in expenses to the case, The done at the beginning of a contested divorce, where the Judge decides on temporary custody arrangements, child support, and orders regarding who will have control over the marital money) ⚖️
  • If your spouse has taken your children 👨‍👦‍👦 or hidden your money 💵, a Part as Friends™ divorce approach is not right for you.
  • If you cannot locate your spouse or agree with your spouse on how to divide property and child custody, you will need to buy more divorce lawyer service time to finish your case. The cost savings key🗝here is that the Part as Friends divorce is a fixed flat fee divorce ONLY IF both parties agree to sign the proposed decree.  But, if your spouse will not sign your papers, your divorce will still go forward as you choose, but it will cost you more in legal fees. 💸

So, has your spouse hidden your money or taken the children?

If your answer is no, then you can consider starting a Part as Friends divorce.

If your answer is yes, then you can keep reading this page for informational purposes only.  Keep in mind, the more you can agree to, the faster and cheaper your case will be, no matter how much your spouse and you are fighting.

 

Step 3 Honestly Evaluate Whether You Can/Should Do Your Divorce Without a lawyer.

Most people today start their divorce off with the question of whether they will hire a lawyer⚖️ or not.

Very simply, here are the two times you KNOW you need a lawyer:

1. You need a lawyer if you have and specific child support💰or custody 👨‍👦‍👦 provisions you want (which includes most parents).

2. You need a lawyer if you have retirement📈 or real estate🏡, or future income💸 that you want to ensure your spouse cannot have.

Do you need a lawyer?

If you do not need a lawyer, you should consider just buying the do-it-yourself divorce packet 📑here.

If you do need a lawyer, I can show you what questions you will have to fill out 🖥to complete the entire divorce as a Part as Friends™ divorce.

 

Step 4 Call us. Some people do not need to talk to our Firm on the phone before hiring us, but the majority call and talk to us first.

We will give you free guidance, and it can really help you get your concerns answered easily.

Really, call us.

 

Step 5 Now look at the divorce service more in-depth, and really decide if it is right for you. At step 4, we show you what settlement questions you have to answer to complete the entire Part as Friends™ Divorce.  

Lots of companies advertise that they will handle your divorce, but in fact very few have a plan in place of how to do that for you. 🤦🏻‍♀️

They handle lots of types of cases, and will be winging it.  This is not the case here!  We have a plan for how to bring you through your case, gently and in a friendly manner.  We have utilized this divorce blue print here for years and our success is in our client ratings. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Here is the set of questions you answer regarding your property/assets during the Part as Friends™ divorce.

Here is the set of questions you answer regarding your children (if applicable) during the Part as Friends™ divorce.

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 Step 6 Now, Fill Out the Question Packet Linked To Below.  When We Receive Your Answers, For a Legal Fee of $450, A Lawyer Will Quickly Draft Your Decree of Divorce, and Go Over It With You. You Will Present It To Your Spouse. 

As noted in Step 5, here is the set of questions you answer regarding your property/assets 🏡💍

during the Part as Friends™ divorce.

Here is the set of questions you answer regarding your children (if applicable) during the Part as Friends™ divorce.

Again, the cost of receiving a Part as Friends™ lawyer’s decree drafted ✍🏽👩🏼‍💼based on your answers to the packet, is $450.

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You can easily get started right now by filling out the property packet linked to above, or by calling (210) 598-6344 or by emailing [email protected].

*You will be required to certify that we have never represented your spouse, since we can only assist one person in a divorce case per family.

**This service is limited to 1.5 hours 🕰 of legal drafting time.

This is a smart starting point for any divorce, because you get a properly drafted divorce decree to propose to your spouse.

Please note the added fees for having a lawyer file the documents, and/or go finalize your divorce in court 🏢

is listed on our pricing page here.