Agreed Final Decree Divorce - Texas

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NO. 13FD2791
IN THE MATTER OF § IN THE DISTRICT COURT
THE MARRIAGE OF §
§
TONI SANCHEZ § 306TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
AND §
JOHN JOE SANCHEZ § GALVESTON COUNTY, TEXAS
AGREED FINAL DECREE OF DIVORCE
On _________________________________ the Court considered this case.
Appearances
Petitioner, Toni Sanchez, appeared in person and through attorney of record, Greg B. Enos, and
announced ready for trial.
Respondent, Jesse Joe Sanchez, did not appear in person but has agreed to the term s of this order as
evidenced by Petitioner's signature below.
Record
The record of testimony was duly reported by the court reporter for the 306th Judicial District 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.
Agreement of Parties
The Court finds that the parties have entered into a written agreement as contained in this decree by
virtue of having appro ved th is decree as to both form and substance. To the extent permitted by law, the
parties stipulate the agreement is enforceable as a contract. The Court approves the agreement of the parties
as contained in this Final Decree of Divorce.
The agreements in this Final Decree of Divorce were reached in mediation with David J. Salinsky.
This Final Decree of Divorce is stipulated to represent a merger of a mediated settlement agreement between
the parties. To the extent there exist any differences between t he mediat ed settlement agreement and this
Final Decree of Divorce, this Final Decree of Divorce shall control in all instances.
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