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Uncontested Divorce Houston No Children requires a simple final decree of divorce.  If you are not an attorney, then the time it takes to prepare the documents could be a chore.  My firm has dissolved over 2,000 unhappy marriages.  While the ending of the relationship is something to be mourned, it does mean a fresh start for the parties.  The form is standard which changes are made based on your facts.  Please review the form below and call me for your Uncontested Divorce Houston No Children.

 

NO. _________

IN   THE MATTER OF

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IN   THE DISTRICT COURT
THE   MARRIAGE OF

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_________   JUDICIAL DISTRICT
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HARRIS   COUNTY, TEXAS

 

                                        AGREED FINAL DECREE OF DIVORCE

 

On ___________________________ the Court heard this case.

Appearances

Petitioner, appeared in person and through attorney of record, Michael G. Busby, Jr., and announced ready for trial.

Respondent, waived issuance and service of citation by waiver duly filed and did not otherwise appear.

Record

The making of a record of testimony was waived by the parties with the consent of the Court.

Jurisdiction and Domicile

The Court finds that the pleadings of Petitioner are in due form and contain all the allegations, information, and prerequisites required by law.  The Court, after receiving evidence, finds that it has jurisdiction of this case and of all the parties and that at least sixty days have elapsed since the date the suit was filed.

The Court further finds that, at the time this suit was filed, Petitioner had been a domiciliary of Texas for the preceding six-month period and a resident of the county in which this suit was filed for the preceding ninety-day period.  All persons entitled to citation were properly cited.

Jury

A jury was waived, and questions of fact and of law were submitted to the Court.

Divorce

IT IS ORDERED AND DECREED that, Petitioner, and, Respondent, are divorced and that the marriage between them is dissolved on the ground of insupportability.

Child of the Marriage

The Court finds that there is no child of the marriage of Petitioner and Respondent and that none is expected.

Division of Marital Estate

The Court finds that the following is a just and right division of the parties’ marital estate, having due regard for the rights of each party.

Property to Husband

IT IS ORDERED AND DECREED that the husband,_______________, is awarded the following as his sole and separate property, and the wife is divested of all right, title, interest, and claim in and to that property:

H-1.     All household furniture, furnishings, fixtures, goods, art objects, collectibles, appliances, and equipment in the possession of the husband or subject to his sole control.

H-2.     All clothing, jewelry, and other personal effects in the possession of the husband or subject to his sole control.

H-3.     All sums, whether matured or unmatured, accrued or unaccrued, vested or otherwise, together with all increases thereof, the proceeds therefrom, and any other rights related to any profit-sharing plan, retirement plan, Keogh plan, pension plan, employee stock option plan, 401(k) plan, employee savings plan, accrued unpaid bonuses, disability plan, or other benefits existing by reason of the husband’s past, present, or future employment.

H-4.     All individual retirement accounts, simplified employee pensions, annuities, and variable annuity life insurance benefits in the husband’s name.

Property to Wife

IT IS ORDERED AND DECREED that the wife, _______________, is awarded the following as her sole and separate property, and the husband is divested of all right, title, interest, and claim in and to that property:

W-1.    All household furniture, furnishings, fixtures, goods, art objects, collectibles, appliances, and equipment in the possession of the wife or subject to her sole control.

W-2.    All clothing, jewelry, and other personal effects in the possession of the wife or subject to her sole control.

W-3.    The sums, whether matured or unmatured, accrued or unaccrued, vested or otherwise, together with all increases thereof, the proceeds therefrom, and any other rights related to any profit-sharing plan, retirement plan, Keogh plan, pension plan, employee stock option plan, 401(k) plan, employee savings plan, accrued unpaid bonuses, disability plan, or other benefits existing by reason of the wife’s past, present, or future employment.

W-4.    The individual retirement accounts, simplified employee pensions, annuities, and variable annuity life insurance benefits in the wife’s name.

Division of Debt

Debts to Husband

IT IS ORDERED AND DECREED that the husband,_______________, shall pay, as a part of the division of the estate of the parties, and shall indemnify and hold the wife and her property harmless from any failure to so discharge, these items:

H-1.     All debts, charges, liabilities, and other obligations incurred by the husband and the wife from and after January 1, 2004 unless express provision is made in this decree to the contrary.

H-2.     All encumbrances, ad valorem taxes, liens, assessments, or other charges due or to become due on the real and personal property awarded to the husband in this decree unless express provision is made in this decree to the contrary.

Debts to Wife

IT IS ORDERED AND DECREED that the wife, _______________, shall pay, as a part of the division of the estate of the parties, and shall indemnify and hold the husband and his property harmless from any failure to so discharge, these items:

W-1.    All debts, charges, liabilities, and other obligations incurred by the husband and the wife from and after January 1, 2004 unless express provision is made in this decree to the contrary.

W-2.    All encumbrances, ad valorem taxes, liens, assessments, or other charges due or to become due on the real and personal property awarded to the wife in this decree unless express provision is made in this decree to the contrary.

Muniment of Title

IT IS ORDERED AND DECREED that this decree shall serve as a muniment of title to transfer ownership of all property awarded to any party in this Agreed Final Decree of Divorce.

Notice

IT IS ORDERED AND DECREED that each party shall send to the other party, within three days of its receipt, a copy of any correspondence from a creditor or taxing authority concerning any potential liability of the other party.

Attorney’s Fees

To effect an equitable division of the estate of the parties and as a part of the division, each party shall be responsible for his or her own attorney’s fees, expenses, and costs incurred as a result of legal representation in this case.

IT IS ORDERED AND DECREED that all payments made to the other party in accordance with the allocation provisions for payment of federal income taxes contained in this Final Decree of Divorce are not deemed income to the party receiving those payments but are part of the property division and necessary for a just and right division of the parties’ estate.

Court Costs

IT IS ORDERED AND DECREED that costs of court are to be borne by the party who incurred them.

Discharge from Discovery Retention Requirement

IT IS ORDERED AND DECREED that the parties and their respective attorneys are discharged from the requirement of keeping and storing the documents produced in this case in accordance with rule 191.4(d) of the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure.

Decree Acknowledgment

Petitioner,_______________, and Respondent, _______________, each acknowledge that before signing this Final Decree of Divorce they have read this Final Decree of Divorce fully and completely, have had the opportunity to ask any questions regarding the same, and fully understand that the contents of this Final Decree of Divorce constitute a full and complete resolution of this case.  Petitioner and Respondent acknowledge that they have voluntarily affixed their signatures to this Final Decree of Divorce, believing this agreement to be a just and right division of the marital debt and assets, and state that they have not signed by virtue of any coercion, any duress, or any agreement other than those specifically set forth in this Final Decree of Divorce.

Indemnification

Each party represents and warrants that he or she has not incurred any outstanding debt, obligation, or other liability on which the other party is or may be liable, other than those described in this decree.  Each party agrees and IT IS ORDERED that if any claim, action, or proceeding is hereafter initiated seeking to hold the party not assuming a debt, an obligation, a liability, an act, or an omission of the other party liable for such debt, obligation, liability, act or omission of the other party, that other party will, at his or her sole expense, defend the party not assuming the debt, obligation, liability, act, or omission of the other party against any such claim or demand, whether or not well founded, and will indemnify the party not assuming the debt, obligation, liability, act, or omission of the other party and hold him or her harmless from all damages resulting from the claim or demand.

Damages, as used in this provision, includes any reasonable loss, cost, expense, penalty, and other damage, including without limitation attorney’s fees and other costs and expenses reasonably and necessarily incurred in enforcing this indemnity.

IT IS ORDERED that the indemnifying party will reimburse the indemnified party, on demand, for any payment made by the indemnified party at any time after the entry of the divorce decree to satisfy any judgment of any court of competent jurisdiction or in accordance with a bona fide compromise or settlement of claims, demands, or actions for any damages to which this indemnity relates.

The parties agree and IT IS ORDERED that each party will give the other party prompt written notice of any litigation threatened or instituted against either party that might constitute the basis of a claim for indemnity under this decree.

Clarifying Orders

Without affecting the finality of this Final Decree of Divorce, this Court expressly reserves the right to make orders necessary to clarify and enforce this decree.

Relief Not Granted

IT IS ORDERED AND DECREED that all relief requested in this case and not expressly granted is denied.  This is a final judgment, for which let execution and all writs and processes necessary to enforce this judgment issue.  This judgment finally disposes of all claims and all parties and is appealable.

Date of Judgment

SIGNED on                                                               .

 

 

                                                                                   

JUDGE PRESIDING

About the Author

Michael Busby Jr. is a divorce and family law attorney who practices in Harris County Texas and the counties that surround Harris County. He has been in practice for over 14 years and has tried over 300 cases.  He is familiar with the policy and procedures of the Houston Texas Divorce Courts.   Our office is open until 8:30 p.m. on Wednesdays and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. for working folks.  Please call with your family law or divorce questions for contested divorce Houston Texas.

Michael Busby Jr.

2909 Hillcroft Suite 350

Houston, Texas 77057

(713) 974-1151

Visit me on the web at www.busby-lee.com

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Baytown, Bellaire, Bunker Hill, Deer Park, Friendswood, Galena Park, Humble, Jacinto City, Katy, La Porte, Pasadena, Tomball, West University, Cypress, Crosby, Woodlands, Denver Harbor, Spring & The Woodlands, Spring, Stafford, Sugarland, Galveston, Missouri City, Richmond, & Alief