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In South Asian countries, divorce is neither as common nor as easy to get as it is in America. On March 20th, Sugar Land divorce attorney Yasmin Kutty and LCAHouston, will be hosting an interactive event to provide information and resources for South Asians in the Houston area who are interested in pursuing divorce.
Appearing on the Asian Connection segment on Houston’s Fox 26, Ruchi Mukherjee, editor and publisher of LCAHouston, and Mrs. Kutty spoke with Ruben Dominguez to discuss this event, which will...Read More
On March 20th, Sugar Land divorce attorney Yasmin Kutty will join Ruchi Mukherjee, editor of LCAHouston, to lead a conversation about cultural factors unique to Asian-American marriages that may lead to domestic violence.
The conversation, entitled Cultural Nuances in Asian American Divorces That Lead to Domestic Violence, will be held at The Studio at River Oaks District from 5pm – 7pm. Tickets are free, but reservations are required. You can make your reservation by emailing [email protected].... Read More
Child support is a consideration in any divorce that involves children. However, unlike other aspects of your divorce, such as property division, child support cannot be worked out between the two parties. Instead, child support is determined by the court.
The SlideShare below provides basic information about child support in Texas. If you have questions or need assistance, please call the Kutty Law Firm at 713-766-3513 to schedule a consultation at our Sugar Land office today. Attorney Kutty serves families...Read More
When you get divorced, issues such as asset division are settled in the decree. Many people assume this means their benefits, such as retirement, 401(k), and Social Security are no longer available for their former spouse. This is only partially true.
An Ex cannot collect your retirement benefits...Read More
What issues need to be considered in a divorce? Several. Chief among these are child issues such as child support and visitation, and property issues such as assets and liabilities. In this short video, Sugar Land divorce attorney Yasmin Kutty discusses these things to help you begin thinking about what you’ll need to do to prepare for the end of your marriage.
If you are ready to file for divorce...Read More
Sugar Land divorce attorney Yasmin Kutty assists with both contested and uncontested divorce. Of course, for practical purposes, uncontested divorce is typically more desirable, but it is not always possible to part ways amicably. Even when possible, some Texas divorce regulations may prohibit an uncontested filing, a fact that is confusing to many couples who wish to avoid hearings and court involvement.
The short quiz below can help guide you towards thinking about the type of divorce that will best meet the needs of you and your family, but the...Read More
Uncontested divorce can save you time, money, and stress, and is often preferable for divorcing couples in the Houston area. However, not everyone qualifies for an uncontested divorce – even in cases where both parties are amicable to the option.
The SlideShare below covers basic qualifications and disqualifications for uncontested divorce in Texas. If you have questions or would like to discuss your options with an experienced, compassionate, and trusted Sugar Land divorce attorney, please call Yasmin Kutty at ...Read More
Your final divorce decree is a legal document, binding both parties to uphold their end of the deal and follow the guidelines therein. But what recourse do you have when your former spouse refuses to follow the decree? Is there anything that can be done to hold that party accountable and force...Read More
There can be any number of reasons to consider changing your custody agreement in the years following your divorce. The short quiz below covers many of the reasons people in Sugar Land seek custody modifications, but the best way to learn if one is appropriate in your case is through a one-on-one consultation with experienced divorce attorney Yasmin Kutty. Please call us at 713-766-3513 to schedule your consultation and learn how Mrs. Kuty can help you modify your custody agreement for the benefit of your children and your family...Read More
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.