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In the state of Texas, a geographic restriction establishes an area in which a parent can move a child following a divorce. This area may be established even in cases where joint managing conservatorship is awarded, particularly in cases where both parents are active in the child’s life.
The infographic below details the timeline for an uncontested divorce in Texas. If you are ready to file for divorce and would like to speak with Sugar Land family law attorney Yasmin Kutty, please contact us online or call 713-766-3513 today. Attorney Kutty assists with uncontested divorce in The Woodlands, Katy, Houston, Conroe, and all surrounding areas of Texas.
In the state of Texas, community property refers to any property acquired during a marriage. This property will be divided during divorce proceedings unless a post-marital agreement detailing the division of specific properties has been signed. Pre-marital agreements do not cover community property.
When you are on the verge of a contested divorce, you may have a lot of anxiety as to how to prepare yourself for your upcoming mediation or court appointments. With the help of our attorney, Yasmin Kutty, you can be more prepared by following the steps on this infographic:
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A primary component in a divorce is the division of assets and liabilities. At the outset of a divorce, one of the first documents an attorney will assign a client to complete is a lengthy Inventory and Appraisement, or “I & A” for short. The purpose of this document is for the client to verify each and every asset and liability a party has, whether it is separate property, community property, or some type of liability.
The I & A asks for a list of the following types of...Read More
As a family law attorney in the Houston metropolitan area, potential clients, clients, friends and family regularly ask me what is a key element in a divorce that affects children. I firmly believe it is the feeling of continuity between homes when children begin the process of shuttling between two residences. Often parents separate months prior to the divorce proceedings, or shortly after the initial pleadings are filed in court. All of a sudden...Read More
A Mehr is a payment made in the form of money, possessions, or anything else agreed upon by a bride during an Islamic wedding. Alternately spelled as mahr, meher, mehrieh, or mahriyeh, this payment is mentioned several times in the Quran and Hadith, and is very different from a dowry. Unlike a dowry, Mehr payments are made by the...Read More