Rockwall, TX asked in Child Custody and Divorce for Texas

Q: my wife & I want to divorce. we have 2 boys 9 & 10 yrs. the wife have no Social security# she left USA 4 months ago.

we both agreed on the divorce terms , no properties , the children(who are U.S citizens ) will be in my custody and will live with me here in the USA , what is the easiest and fastest way to get the divorce (knowing that she is out of the country and can not re enter USA without a visa . what is the process and the forms list required to file this divorce till we receive the divorce decree .

what does the Waiver of Citation method mean ? and does it apply in our situation?

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John J. Pfister Jr.
John J. Pfister Jr.
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  • Frisco, TX
  • Licensed in Texas

A: Don’t need a social security number to get a divorce. Just file for divorce and have your wife sign the waiver of citation and agreed decree of divorce. Then prove it up. He attendance is not required. Even if a hearing is scheduled for any reason most are done by zoom now. If she is willing to cooperate then should be very easy.

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