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    • What is an Ad Litem Attorney?

      An ad litem attorney represents children or adults who are otherwise incapable of representing themselves. In Texas, an ad litem attorney will be appointed by the court in cases involving: Child ...

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    • What is an Ad Litem Attorney?

      An ad litem attorney represents children or adults who are otherwise incapable of representing themselves. In Texas, an ad litem attorney will be appointed by the court in cases involving: Child ...

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    • Do You Need an Adoption Attorney in Texas?

      If you plan on adopting a child in Texas, it is important to have an attorney on your side. While having legal representation is not required by Texas law, having an attorney working for your family ...

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    • SlideShare: What You Need to Know About Child Support in Texas

      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 ...

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    • The Importance of the Financial Information Statement in Your Divorce

      One of the most common frustrations for clients early on in the divorce process is the completion of the Financial Information Statement better known as the “FIS”. This is a document that gives the ...

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    • Texas Child Support Enforcement Measures

      Once a child support order has been entered, it is in effect until modified through proper legal channels. A request to modify a support obligation can be made every three years, though barring ...

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    • What Does an Amicus Attorney Do?

      An amicus attorney is, in essence, an arm of the Court. In civil custody cases , an amicus attorney may be appointed by the Court to represent the best interests of all involved children. An amicus ...

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    • Calculating Child Support in Texas

      A noncustodial parent is one who may have visitation rights or even a split schedule with his or her children, but with whom the children do not primarily live. If you are a noncustodial parent of ...

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    • Is it Possible to Modify a Custody Arrangement in Texas?

      In the state of Texas, child custody can be agreed upon by both parties or established by the Court. When established by the Court, considerations that may be involved include: The physical, ...

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    • Discovery in Divorce

      If you are divorcing in Texas after a long-term marriage, you likely have shared savings, debts, and retirement accounts that need to be properly assessed and equitably divided. In this scenario, ...

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    • Why Kids and Parents Should Get Counseling During the Divorce Process

      Divorce is a major life event that can be difficult for spouses and their children to cope with. While it is common for spouses to go through therapy or counseling at this time to work through the ...

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    • The Importance of Gathering Financial Documents Prior to Consulting with a Divorce Attorney

      If you are about to embark on the divorce process, then you are likely aware of the complexities and the massive amount of paperwork that is involved. To help speed up this process, it is crucial to ...

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    • Yasmin Kutty & LCA Houston Host Discussion on Asian American Divorce and Domestic Violence

      On March 20 th , 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 ...

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    • Can my Ex Collect my Social Security Benefits?

      Can an Ex-Spouse Collect Your Social Security 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), ...

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    • Is it Possible to Modify a Custody Arrangement in Texas?

      In the state of Texas, child custody can be agreed upon by both parties or established by the Court. When established by the Court, considerations that may be involved include: The physical, ...

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    • Cultural Nuances in a South Asian American Divorce

      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 ...

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    • Qualifications and Disqualifications for an Uncontested Divorce in Texas

      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 ...

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    • Infographic: A Timeline for Uncontested Divorce in Texas

      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 ...

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