Yes, it is possible to file for divorce without an attorney.
A divorce is uncontested when both spouses agree on what they want to happen. If your divorce is uncontested, Texas Law Help provides instructions and forms for a variety of situations:
A divorce is contested when the spouses do not agree on what they want to happen. A contested divorce can be much more complicated. If you think your divorce may be contested, you may wish to talk to an attorney before taking any action. For more information on finding an attorney, please see the library's Legal Help page.
If you decide to proceed without an attorney, the library has several e-books in our Digital Collection that might be helpful. For more resources, please see our guide on Divorce.
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