You need to speak with a family law attorney. The attorney will know how to handle the situation. Even though he is imprisoned you still get your divorce. In fact being incarcerated is one of the grounds for divorce in Texas
The divorce should be relatively painless for you. It is suggested that you have a lawyer assist you to ensure that he is properly served with process at prison, and your decree is ready to go (and properly drafted) as soon as it is possible for you to go into court to prove it up after he has been served. If you can't afford a lawyer to assist you you should look into LANWT (http://www.lanwt.org/contact_denton.asp) and see if you are eligible for a pro bono divorce lawyer through them. Best of luck
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Yes, the process will basically be the same. There are minor procedural differences because he is in prison but they are minor (but important) issues that can be easily addressed by working with a divorce lawyer. The real concern here is making sure that your daughter is shielded from him and his family.
Hire a lawyer to help you make sure your child (if she still is a child) is protected. Otherwise, the process remains basically the same - petition, service, decree, prove-up.
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Hire a Family Law Attorney who practices in Denton. He can be served in jail. You can get orders for no visitation. In this extreme situation, you may ask that his parental rights be terminated, and it may be granted.
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