In re Doe –Final Decree of Divorce Page 1
IN THE MATTER OF § IN THE DISTRICT COURT
THE MARRIAGE OF §
JOHN DOE, §
§ TARRANT COUNTY, TEXAS
JANE DOE, §
Respondent § 231
AGREED FINAL DECREE OF DIVORCE
On the _____day of May, 2011, the Court heard this case.
Petitioner, JOHN DOE, appeared in person and through his attorney of record, Suzie
Shyster, and has agreed to the terms of this order as evidenced by Petitioner’s signature below.
Respondent, JANE DOE, waived issuance of service of citation by waiver duly filed and
has agreed to the terms of this Order as evidenced by Respondent’s signature below.
The making of a record of testimony was waived by the parties with the consent of the
3. JURISDICTION AND DOMICILE
The Court finds that the pleadings of Petitioner are in due form and contain all of 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 (60) days have
elapsed since the date the suit was filed. The Court finds that, at the time this suit was filed,