Shadi Kafi

Shadi is an Iranian-American attorney from Houston, Texas. She practiced criminal and juvenile law for five years and then became a teacher and educat

  • Trusts and Estates
  • Wills and Living Wills
  • Adoption

Husein Ali Abdelhadi

  • Immigration Law
  • Criminal
  • Family

Matthew Soleimanpour

  • Insurance
  • Labor and Employment
  • Litigation

Sean Modjarrad

MAS Law is a result-oriented law firm offering a full range of legal services to individuals, businesses, and professionals operating across Texas and

  • Business Law
  • Litigation
  • Personal Injury

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Divorce from Iranian wife who has assets in Iran

I would like to divorce my Iranian wife. She has assets in Tehran, Iran. What steps can I take to include those assets as part of the divorce?
Published on 03/08/21
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Will a judge determine child support in uncontested divorce?

Ten years of marriage and two kids and my wife and I are divorcing. We want to do this amicably and agree to file for uncontested divorce. The kids will stay mostly with her and visit with me. I know under Texas law I have to pay child support and I am willing to do so but we don’t know how to determine how much. If we file the uncontested divorce, will a judge figure out at our divorce hearing how much child support I am supposed to pay? Or can my wife and I just determine an amount we both agree to?
Published on 03/08/21
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How is property divided in a Texas divorce?

My spouse and I live in Dallas and own several properties in and around the Dallas area, including a restaurant that we own jointly. Our marriage has been bad for several years now and we are talking about divorce, which he says he doesn’t want. He claims if I move forward with a divorce, he’ll force the sale of all of our properties, including our restaurant. Running the restaurant is how I earn my living and I don’t want to sell it. If we did go to court for divorce, how would a judge divide our property? Can the judge give some of the properties to me, like the restaurant, and some to him without ordering that any of them be sold? Can the restaurant be put solely in my name in the divorce so that he cannot continue to work in it?
Published on 03/08/21
Answers: 0