Divorce in Texas Just got Easier - New Divorce Service Launches from Divorce-Online

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People who can't afford attorney fees in Texas can now use an intelligent online divorce system to deal with their own divorce.

A new online service has been launched in Texas to help people who can't afford attorney fees to file their own divorce in the State of Texas.

Online divorce is nothing new, but what is new about the service from Divorce-Online Texas is the document creation engine that is used to create all the required divorce documents for each county crafted to meet each users precise needs.

Each case is Paralegal reviewed to ensure their are no errors before filing at court and telephone and e-mail support is provided as part of the service.

The service which is based in Trinity costs just $99 + local court fees

"The system called "DivorceTrak" has been licensed from a UK online company who have been providing online divorce services since 2000 and has been very well received from our users who have been trialling the service for us while we build the systems ready for a full launch," says General Manager Marty Shaw.

"We have dealt with over 300 successful cases while we were in trial mode and they have been helping us iron out any glitches to make sure the service is as easy as possible for all our users whatever their abilities."

With more and more Americans turning to the internet to deal with legal issues Divorce-Online Texas are sure that their divorce document service is an improvement on the current offerings available online to Texas residents and are looking forward to making an already unhappy situation a little easier to deal with.

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Divorce-Online Texas was created to help pro se litigants file their own no fault divorce proceedings in Texas. With many middle class couples unable to afford attorney fees and unable to navigate the court system, the service has been built to provide a straightforward, local service, with paralegal support.

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