You need to take the original petition along with the proper filing fee to the district clerk's office. The Dallas County Courthouse is 600 Jackson Street, Dallas Texas 75202 and the clerk's office is on the first floor.
Best of luck!
The Texas Family Code sets forth four general grounds upon which an annulment can be granted. They are:
1. If a party to the marriage was at least 16 but under 18 at the time of marriage and that party did not have parental consent or court-ordered permission to marry;
2. If at the time of marriage they party seeking annulment was under the influence of drugs and/or alcohol, as a result lacked the capacity to consent to the marriage, and has not voluntarily lived with the other party...
Bottom line, make sure that you don't commingle funds from your separate LLC account with your community account. Also, there is a theory called alter ego that you should be aware of. If you disregard corporate formalities, i.e. treat the LLC as your own personal piggy bank, it is possible that the LLC will not be seen as a separate entity.
Unlikely not. Texas does not recognize "legal separation" so unless New York Law states your status as being separated can continue indefinitely then it is unlikely you would still be considered separated. Another thing to be aware of is the concept of informal or common law marriage in Texas. There is a possibility that you might meet the definition of common law marriage so you need to be aware of this also.
It is possible for you to voluntarily terminate your parental rights in Texas. Before doing so, it is critical that you fully understand the legal consequences of this decision. It is also critical that you understand that even if you voluntarily terminate your parental rights, the court could still order you to pay child support.
Under the Texas Family Code, unless there is a court order providing possession and access by your son's paternal grandparents you are not required to allow them to see him. Generally, the Texas Family Code designates the parents as the child's joint managing conservators, and Texas courts to not automatically provide grandparent's with possession and access rights. Note that under Texas law, you cannot condition a conservator's access to a child upon his or her payment of child support.