Prior to the Supreme Court’s ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges, same-sex marriage was not recognized in Texas and same-sex couples who were married out-of-state could not get divorced — no matter how difficult the relationship had become. To put it simply, Texas’ position was that you could not get divorced since the State did not recognize you and your partner as married. The second best legal option of mere asset division was the best you could hope for. That has changed and you now have the option of being legally divorced and untethered from an abusive or unfulfilling relationship.
You need not remain in a relationship that is abusive, is not working, or simply no longer brings you happiness or meaning. The decision in Obergefell allows you to divorce with dignity. The Law Office of Pete Rowe will handle your uncontested divorce for a flat fee and will represent you in your contested family matters for a reasonable hourly rate. Put the Dallas Law Office of Pete Rowe in your corner today so you can move on with your life.