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Texas Family Code - Chapter 5 Homestead Rights

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  • Texas Family Code Section 5.001 - Sale, Conveyance, Or Encumbrance Of Homestead
    Whether the homestead is the separate property of either spouse or community property, neither spouse may sell, convey, or encumber the homestead without the joinder ...
  • Texas Family Code Section 5.002 - Sale Of Separate Homestead After Spouse Judicially Declared Incapacitated
    If the homestead is the separate property of a spouse and the other spouse has been judicially declared incapacitated by a court exercising original jurisdiction ...
  • Texas Family Code Section 5.003 - Sale Of Community Homestead After Spouse Judicially Declared Incapacitated
    If the homestead is the community property of the spouses and one spouse has been judicially declared incapacitated by a court exercising original jurisdiction over ...
  • Texas Family Code Section 5.101 - Sale Of Separate Homestead Under Unusual Circumstances
    If the homestead is the separate property of a spouse, that spouse may file a sworn petition that gives a description of the property, states ...
  • Texas Family Code Section 5.102 - Sale Of Community Homestead Under Unusual Circumstances
    If the homestead is the community property of the spouses, one spouse may file a sworn petition that gives a description of the property, states ...
  • Texas Family Code Section 5.103 - Time For Filing Petition
    The petitioning spouse may file the petition in a court of the county in which any portion of the property is located not earlier than ...
  • Texas Family Code Section 5.104 - Appointment Of Attorney
    (a) Except as provided by Subsection (b), the court may appoint an attorney in a suit filed under this subchapter for the respondent. (b) The ...
  • Texas Family Code Section 5.105 - Citation; Notice Of Hearing
    Citation and notice of hearing for a suit filed as provided by this subchapter shall be issued and served in the manner provided in Subchapter ...
  • Texas Family Code Section 5.106 - Court Order
    (a) After notice and hearing, the court shall render an order the court deems just and equitable with respect to the sale, conveyance, or encumbrance ...
  • Texas Family Code Section 5.108 - Remedies And Powers Cumulative
    The remedies and the powers of a spouse provided by this subchapter are cumulative of the other rights, powers, and remedies afforded the spouses by ...
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