After 20 years of helping Californians do their own divorces without fighting in court, Divorce Helpline expands their services to the entire state of Texas, in conjunction with the release of the latest edition of How to Do Your Own Divorce in Texas.
The newly released 12th edition, How to Do Your Own Divorce in Texas 2009 – 2011, is now a “book you can talk to”. Texans have already saved millions of dollars in unnecessary legal fees using the previous 11 editions of Ed Sherman’s book. Now with the latest edition’s announcement of Divorce Helpline services newly available to Texans, the book will help even more divorcing Texas couples.
Ed Sherman, divorce attorney, award-winning author, and founder of Nolo Press, started Divorce Helpline 20 years ago as a new way for attorneys to practice divorce law. Divorce Helpline attorneys will not take sides or fight in court. What they will do is save their clients lots of money, by providing a wide range of services, from simply answering a question on the phone, all the way to doing all your paperwork for you, and providing mediation to help you settle your divorce issues.
With over 45,000 divorce cases that settled successfully without fighting in court, Divorce Helpline attorneys have the experience and insights to successfully help Texans get the best possible divorce while saving money.
Over the years, many thousands have successfully done their own Texas divorce using How to Do Your Own Divorce in Texas. The book contains all the instructions, procedures and Texas divorce forms you need to do your own uncontested divorce. However, sometimes readers need a little help, or find that their case is so complex they would like some professional guidance. This is where the highly skilled Divorce Helpline attorneys come in.
Divorce Helpline services are now available in Texas by calling 800-359-7004, or going to www.divorcehelp.com.
The new 12th edition of How to Do Your Own Divorce in Texas, updated for 2009 – 2011 is now in bookstores, and is also available at www.nolotech.com. The book not only contains everything you need for an uncontested divorce, including forms and instructions, but also includes worksheets to organize all your information, plus a CD so you can fill out the forms and worksheets on your computer.
How to Do Your Own Divorce in Texas 2009 – 2011
Author: Ed Sherman
Publication Date: September 2009
Pages: 152, plus 128 pages of legal forms with CD-ROM
Publisher: Nolo Press Occidental