Below is the Texas divorce decree that is acceptable throughout most jurisdictions of Texas inlcuding Bexar County. 

The download includes provisions for dividing the pets, credit cards, and money.  In this case, wife kept her military benefits and husband kept 100% interest in the house. 

The decree provides all of the relevant provisions needed.

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Divorce Decree Example With Pets, credit cards, property, and more (used in Texas)

In January 2022, a client obtained a successful part as friends type divorce with the Connor & Connor Law Firm.

The divorce took exactly 61 days from the date of hiring Connor & Connor Law Firm.

The divorce involved the following:

  • Two pets,
  • Credit card debt
  • savings accounts
  • real property
  • various other provisions the couple wanted in their decree.

Here is a sample of the divorce decree that the couple agreed to signing so that they could part as friends.

Click to obtain a completely editable word version of the decree.

 

 

IN THE MATTER OF

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IN THE DISTRICT COURT

THE MARRIAGE OF

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JOHN DOE

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285th JUDICIAL DISTRICT

AND

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JANE SMITH

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BEXAR COUNTY, TEXAS

 

AGREED FINAL DECREE OF DIVORCE

On this date the Court considered the agreement of the parties.

Appearances

Petitioner, JOHN DOE, did not appear in person but has agreed to the terms of the Agreed Final Decree of Divorce as evidenced by his signature, the signature of his attorney of record, _____________ and the Absentia Declaration filed with this Court.

Respondent, JANE SMITH has made a general appearance and has agreed to the terms of this judgment to the extent permitted by law, as evidenced by Respondent’s signature below.

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 have waived service by entry of general appearance herein.

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 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 Agreed Final Decree of Divorce.

Divorce

            IT IS ORDERED AND DECREED that JOHN DOE, the Petitioner, is granted a divorce from JANE SMITH, the Respondent, and the marriage between them dated September 5, 2015, is dissolved on the grounds of insupportability.

Child of the Marriage

            The Court finds that there is no living minor child, either born or adopted 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.

            DIVISION OF PROPERTY

Property to Petitioner

IT IS ORDERED AND DECREED that the Petitioner, JOHN DOE, is awarded the following as Petitioner’s sole and separate property, and the Respondent, JANE SMITH, is divested of all right, title, interest, and claim in and to that property:

Timeshare Property        

100% interest in the following timeshare property commonly known as ________________________ , account number ending in _____ Contract number ending in _____.

Order to Remove Respondent’s Obligation on Timeshare

 

The timeshare property is awarded to Petitioner subject to his full removal of Respondent’s name from any and all financial obligation for said properties, and Petitioner’s assumption of the debt which is held jointly in Petitioner and Respondent’s names.

Petitioner is ORDERED to, on or before the 30th day after the date of divorce, fully remove Respondent from any and all obligation regarding the timeshare, or otherwise complete any and all paperwork and transfer documents required by the time share company to fully remove Respondent from any and all financial obligation for the timeshare.

 

Household Items

All household furniture, furnishings, fixtures, goods, art objects, collectibles, appliances, and equipment in the possession of the Petitioner or subject to Petitioner’s sole control.

            Personal Items

All clothing, jewelry, and other personal effects in the possession of the Petitioner or subject to Petitioner’s sole control.

Cash & Accounts

  1. All sums of cash in the possession of the Petitioner or subject to Petitioner’s sole control, including funds on deposit, together with accrued but unpaid interest, in banks, savings institutions, or other financial institutions, which accounts stand in the Petitioner’s sole name or from which Petitioner has the sole right to withdraw funds or which are subject to the Petitioner’s sole control. This list shall include, but shall not be limited to the following accounts:
  2. Checking account, account number ending in x___, and
  3. Citizens Bank Savings account, account number ending in x_____.

Retirement and Investment Accounts

  1. 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 Petitioner’s past, present, or future employment.

This award shall include, but shall not be limited to:

  1. Vanguard 401(k) account, account number ending in x___, and
  2. Fidelity 401(k) account, account number ending in x____.
  3. The retirement accounts, simplified employee pensions, annuities, and variable annuity life insurance benefits in the Petitioner’s name.

            Life Insurance Policies

All policies of life insurance (including cash values) insuring the Petitioner’s life.

Vehicle

The ____________ vehicle identification number _______________,  together with all prepaid insurance, keys, and title documents.

Household Pet

The following household pet:

  1. The Lab mix dog known as _________

Property to Respondent

IT IS ORDERED AND DECREED that the Respondent, JANE SMITH, is awarded the following as Respondent’s sole and separate property, and the Petitioner, JOHN DOE, is divested of all right, title, interest, and claim in and to that property:

            Real Estate

100% interest in the following real property, including but not limited to any escrow funds, prepaid insurance, utility deposits, keys, house plans, home security access code, garage door opener, warranties and service contacts, and title and closing documents:

LOT ___, BLOCK _____,

 

Household Items

All household furniture, furnishings, fixtures, goods, art objects, collectibles, appliances, and equipment in the possession of the Respondent or subject to Respondent’s sole control.

            Personal Items

All clothing, jewelry, and other personal effects in the possession of the Respondent or subject to Respondent’s sole control.

Cash & Accounts

  1. All sums of cash in the possession of the Respondent or subject to Respondent’s sole control, including funds on deposit, together with accrued but unpaid interest, in banks, savings institutions, or other financial institutions, which accounts stand in the Respondent’s sole name or from which Respondent has the sole right to withdraw funds or which are subject to the Respondent’s sole control. This list shall include, but shall not be limited to the following accounts:
  2. _____Bank Checking account, account number ending in x___,
  3. ____Bank Savings account, account number ending in x____,
  4. _____Checking account, account number ending in x____ and
  5. ______Savings account, account number ending in x_____
  6. All bonds, together will all dividends, splits, and other rights and privileges

in connection with them in the possession of the Respondent or subject to Respondent’s sole control. 

                        Retirement and Investment Accounts

  1. 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 Respondent’s past, present, or future employment.
  2. The retirement accounts, simplified employee pensions, annuities, and variable annuity life insurance benefits in the Respondent’s name.
  3. ______American Balanced Fund _________ account, account ending in x_____.
  4. 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 or as a result of Respondent’s service in the United States Military, including but not limited to:

  1. All past, present, and future benefits and funds arising therefrom in

Respondent’s military retired pay;

  1. Any accrued unpaid bonuses, including but not limited to any past, present, or future performance bonuses earned or to be received;
  2. Any disability plan or benefits, including all VA disability benefits;
  3. Any and all retirement benefits as a result of the Respondent’s service

      in the United States Military;

  1. All past, present, and future benefits and funds arising therefrom

      in the Respondent’s DFAS Thrift Savings Plan; and

  1. Any other benefits existing by reason of or as a result the Respondent’s service in the United States

            Life Insurance Policies

            All policies of life insurance (including cash values) insuring the Respondent’s life.

Vehicle

The __________ vehicle identification number _______________ together with all prepaid insurance, keys, and title documents.

Household Pet

The following household pet:

  1. The French Bulldog/Boston Terrier mix dog known as ______.

DIVISION OF DEBTS

Debts to Petitioner

IT IS ORDERED AND DECREED that the Petitioner, JOHN DOE, shall pay, as a part of the division of the estate of the parties, and shall indemnify and hold the Respondent, JANE SMITH, and Respondent’s property harmless from any failure to so discharge, these items:

Timeshare Debt and Fees

100% of all financial responsibility for the Hilton Grand Vacations timeshare property, currently held jointly by the parties. 

Charges on Petitioner’s Property

The final terms of the divorce were as follows: