Texas High Court Moves Forward to Create Divorce Forms

Ignoring the State Bar of Texas' suggestion to hold off, the Texas Supreme Court has decided not to suspend the work of task force charged with creating uniform forms for divorce.

In a letter today, Supreme Court Chief Justice Wallace Jefferson told State Bar President Bob Black that he planned to refer the divorce forms created by the high court's task force to the Supreme Court Advisory Committee.

Last year, the Supreme Court created the Uniform Forms Task Force with the goal of making it easier for Texans who can't afford lawyers' fees to have access to the ...

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