Ive only been married since November 15 but it’s not working out and we got married because I am pregnant. What do I do to get a divorce or annulment in Texas?
Get a divorce. You can file pro se or with the help of an attorney. The court may have you wait until the baby is born to finalize the divorce, but in that, the court will establish child and medical support, and visitation for both parents.
If you choose to process the divorce on your own there are many resources out that may help.
Regardless if you choose to process the divorce on your own, we highly recommend consulting with a local attorney.
Best of luck,
The material obtained from this response is not intended to be legal advice. Please consult an attorney for advice regarding your own legal situation.
Annulment requires a certain level of fraud such as impotence without telling you or prior marriages etc, that were kept from you. Usually a divorce is easier. Short marriages are not necessarily enough to get an annulment, but since you are pregnant the immediate question is whether he is the father and in addition most judges will not divorce a pregnant woman because no action can be taken regarding the child until the child is born and divorce prove ups call for a statement that the mother is not pregnant at this time....Alternatively the judge may grant a divorce but not issue an order regarding the child. The however to all of this is you can get a temporary order in Fort Worth usually withing a few weeks of filing for Divorce. I'm not sure what you want to get done but more information will change this recommendation.
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