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Co-parenting an infant requires a lot of cooperation

More than likely, when you envisioned having a child, you never anticipated that your relationship with your baby’s other parent would end, especially when your child was just an infant. For many new parents, that is an unfortunate reality. Now your primary focus is your new baby and making sure your child has everything he or…

More Millennials and Women Want Prenups

While some people feel hesitant about bringing up or agreeing to a prenuptial agreement, more are discovering the benefits of these financial planning tools. One generation and one demographic are the reasons for an increase in prenups: Millennials and women in Texas and other states are wanting prenups. Millennials: According to an American Academy of Matrimonial…

Divorce and Claiming Dependents

The majority of Texas residents who claim dependents on their tax returns will not experience any complications with having their returns accepted. However, complications can arise in situations in which multiple taxpayers claim the same dependents and related tax credits, such as when separated or divorced parents both decide to report their children as dependents….