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Uncontested Divorce Katy Texas

Posted on : January 24, 2013 |

Uncontested Divorce Katy Texas, uncontested or noncontested divorce in Katy, Texas.   There are two courts in Fort Bend County to 387th and the 328th.  I regularly practice in front of both judges on a weekly basis.  Too have it uncontested or waiver divorce the party’s must be in agreement as to the property division.   If you tell me you have no property I understand community property is all property earned  and acquired during the marriage.  Separate property is property that was owned prior to the marriage or received during the marriage by gift, device, or descent. Thus, any clothing, electronics, furniture, that you have purchased since you got married must be partitioned in Katy Texas uncontested divorce.  One has a cause of action after your divorce that for 2 years after your divorce a party may bring a lawsuit to divide undivided marital property.  With any children, they will need to be addressed as well if they are in Texas.  Texas may not have jurisdiction over children in other countries or other states and Texas would be  unable to Grant divorce rights and duties who makes educational decisions, who makes medical decisions, must be addressed in your final if the children reside in Texas. In addition child support is something Texas courts typically require unless you can show a disability or just cause not to pay or receive child support health insurance for the children must also be address.   Visitation between the custodial parent and the noncustodial parent is also part of the Texas final decree of divorce.   If all the terms have been talked about and everyone agrees,  then one court appearance to authenticate or to testify as to the date for the marriage and the separation in the agreements must be presented to a judge this saved typically takes 3 to 5 minutes in Fort Bend County Divorce Court what stretches your testimony to prove the divorce.   The divorce order becomes a final order after 30 days if you have children involved there’s always the right to modify the decree to  issue new child support or change the possession and access or appoint  you managing conservator.  A parenting class required is for being taken before you get divorce in Fort Bend County.   Please see my PDF on providers of the parenting class in Fort Bend County email so take an online class which is been approved in Fort Bend County. www.busby-lee.com/pdf/parent_class.pdf

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 10 years and has tried over 100 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 280th Protective Order Court in 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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I am a member of the State Bar of Texas, the Houston Bar Association, the Houston Association of Debtor's Attorneys and I am admitted to practice in the Federal Courts in the Southern District of Texas. I have three children and a wife. I have been married for over 20 years. I spent 4 years in the USMC from 1989 to 1993. I spent another 4 years from 1993 to 1997 in the National Guard for the states of Arkansas, Oklahoma, and North Carolina. Prior to becoming an attorney in 2002, I was a licensed funeral director in Oklahoma and North Carolina. I enlisted in the United States Marine Corps and served as a Field Artillery Cannoner from 1989 to 1993. I received my Bachelor of Science degree with honors from the University of Central Oklahoma in 1996. I graduated from South Texas College of Law in Houston, Texas. I am a member of the Phi Delta Phi International Law fraternity and authored an international law legal article in a law journal published by South Texas College of Law. I have been faithfully married for 18 years and is the proud father of two daughters, Viktoria and Hannah Busby and father of Willam Maximus "Billy Max" Busby.