My spouse took me off the bank accounts and filed for divorce, Is this legal in Texas?

In Texas, when a divorce is pending, there are automatic temporary restraining orders (ATROs) that go into effect upon the filing of the divorce petition. These ATROs typically prohibit both spouses from making significant changes to their financial situation during the divorce process, such as removing the other spouse from bank accounts or disposing of marital assets.

If your spouse has taken you off the bank accounts without your consent and while a divorce is pending, it may be a violation of these ATROs, depending on the specific circumstances and the terms of the temporary orders issued by the court. You may have legal recourse to address this issue through the divorce proceedings.

It's important to consult with a family law attorney in Texas who can review your case and advise you on the best course of action. They can help you understand your rights and options, including seeking temporary orders from the court to address the financial issues during the divorce process.

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