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Kutty law Firm PLLC Welcomes New Associate Attorney
Kutty law Firm PLLC Welcomes New Associate Attorney

The Kutty Law Firm PLLC is pleased to announce that we have welcomed a new associate attorney, Melissa Pickett, to our legal team. Melissa will join Attorney Kutty and Associate Julie Rivera Rosete in assisting clients in the Sugar Land and Houston area with their family law ...

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  • Kutty law Firm PLLC Welcomes New Associate Attorney

    The Kutty Law Firm PLLC is pleased to announce that we have welcomed a new associate attorney, Melissa Pickett, to our legal team. Melissa will join Attorney Kutty and Associate Julie Rivera Rosete in ...

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  • High Net Worth Divorce for Business Professionals

    Additional Factors to Consider Divorce, while already a stressful process, becomes more complex as additional assets are taken into consideration. For those who have a higher net worth, such as ...

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  • Ensuring Your Religious Holidays Are Included In Your Possession and Access Agreement

    Spending Time with Your Children If passing on cultural and religious traditions through the observance of religious holidays is important to your family, working out an agreement that covers all ...

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  • Super Lawyers® Names Yasmin Kutty a Top-Rated Family Law Attorney in Sugar Land, TX

    At Kutty Law Firm, PLLC , we are pleased to announce that Super Lawyers® has selected Yasmin Kutty as a top-rated family law attorney in 2021. Only 5% of attorneys are selected to Super Lawyers, and ...

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  • “The Importance of Mediation in a Divorce”

    With a few exceptions, mediation is required in divorces and other family law matters before a hearing or trial may take place before a judge or jury. Often the mediation will result in a settlement ...

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    As in many cultures, marriage is a sacred institution for South Asians. It is a “Till death do you part” proposition each person undertakes. Divorce was a much rarer occurrence a half century ago in ...

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