In re Doe –Final Decree of Divorce Page 2
Petitioner had been a domiciliary of Texas for the preceding six-month period and a resident of
the county in which this suit is filed for the preceding ninety-day period. All persons entitled to
citation were properly cited.
A jury was waived, and all questions of law were submitted to the Court.
5. AGREEMENT OF PARTIES
The Court finds that the parties have entered into a written agreement as contained in this
decree by virtue of having approved this 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.
IT IS ORDERED AND DECREED that JOHN DOE, Petitioner, and JANE DOE,
Respondent, are divorced and that the marriage between them is dissolved on the ground of
The Court finds that there is no child of the marriage of JOHN DOE and JANE DOE and
that none is expected.
8. DIVISION OF PROPERTY
The Court finds that the following is a just and right division of the parties' marital estate.
A. Property to Husband
IT IS ORDERED AND DECREED that the husband, JOHN DOE, 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: