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Should Business Owners Consider a Prenup?

The common understanding of marriage has undergone some changes as society evolves and the very nature of the relationship between partners moves toward greater understanding and equality. From the earliest days, when women were not considered much more than a form of property, the laws have created a system where, at least in theory, marriage…

How Can Parents Help Their Children After Divorce?

Parents who are ending their marriage understandably worry about how the divorce will affect their children and what they can do to ensure they protect and support them during and after the divorce process. Successfully co-parenting together can be one of the most valuable tools in ensuring those goals. When parents are actively working to…

Should You Seek Ownership of the Family Home in a Divorce?

After years of living in the same home and growing accustomed to your surroundings within the community, the thought of parting with a home during divorce may seem daunting. While you might be perfectly content with staying in the home, some circumstances in life may leave you facing a difficult decision. Should you and your…

Adjusting the Parenting Schedule For the Summer

Summertime is a change of pace for most families. The school schedule goes away (unless the children have summer school), and children enjoy a different rhythm to their days with day camps and sleep away camps; parents often enjoy a vacation or two with their children.  For divorced families under the Texas Standard Possession Order,…