Do you have to file for divorce in the county you live in Texas?
To file for divorce in Texas, either spouse must have been a resident of the state for at least six months prior to filing, and must have resided in the county where the Petition is filed for the prior 90 days.
Which states have no residency requirements for divorce?
Most commonly, the in-state residency minimum is three to six months, but the requirements vary depending on the state and the circumstances. Alaska, South Dakota, and Washington have no minimum residency requirement and you can file for divorce in those states immediately upon moving there.
How do you prove residency in a divorce?
To file for divorce in California, the petitioner must be a resident of the state of 6 months and a resident of the county he or she is filing in for 3 months prior to the filing. To prove residency in California, your driver’s license or state identification card with your current address is often sufficient.
Can I collect spousal benefits and wait until I am 70 to collect my own Social Security?
En español | You can only collect spousal benefits and wait until 70 to claim your retirement benefit if all of the following are true: You have reached your full retirement age. Your spouse is collecting his or her own Social Security retirement benefit.
Can I collect spousal benefits and my own Social Security?
En español | Technically, yes, you can receive both spousal benefits and your own retirement payment. If the spousal benefit is larger, Social Security pays your retirement benefit first, then adds enough of your spousal benefit to make up the difference and match the higher amount.