How to Seal Records in a Texas Divorce


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To seal records is to conceal court documents that would otherwise be a matter of public record. Sealing records is not the same as expungement, common in criminal matters, where the records are destroyed or permanently sealed to clear the convicted individual's records. Rather, sealed records are removed from the public eye, although they can still be obtained through a court order. You can seal records in a Texas divorce matter if you would like to remove them from public viewing and you have a legitimate reason for doing so.Difficulty:ChallengingInstructions Have a valid reason for sealing your divorce records. In Texas, you must prove that your need (not desire) to seal records outwei

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