It is another term for a "no fault" divorce. It literally means that the divorce could not be supported any longer. It is not a "fault" divorce.Ask a similar question
The term insupportability means that you had an uncontested divorce in the State of Texas.
You had an attorney so I really can't address all of your other issues.
The attorney that took your case that also had your husband's business as a client should NOT have taken you as a client. Therefore, you can contact the State Bar of Texas and file a grievence against that attorney. You can get the form on-line. It is free to file a grevience.
It's impossible for me to discuss your property distribution in this email.
The adultery is only relevent in the property division.
Mentally cruelty claims are pretty common in divorce. In fact, if two people don't get along, most judges feel that mental cruelty must play a part in the reason for a divorce.
I wish you the best in the future. Obviously you had a miserable marriage. Hopefully the rest of your life will be easier.Ask a similar question
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