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Common Money Factors in Texas Divorces

You and your spouse have a unique relationship that is unlike any other couple’s in Texas or beyond. You may find, however, that you share certain things in common with other spouses-namely either a spoken or unspoken arrangement regarding money. For instance, perhaps you and your spouse have an agreement that you don’t spend money…

3 Ways Tax Reform Can Impact Your Divorce

Going through a divorce understandably takes time and energy, and can leave aspects of life left on the backburner. If you are separated from your spouse or going through a divorce, taxes are typically not top of mind. However, due to the recent tax reform bill, there are major changes that impact divorce. This bill has three specific areas…

Helping Children Through Divorce: A Guide By Age

There is no question that divorce impacts a child’s feelings of stability and emotional well-being. Many parents are committed to navigating through the divorce process in a way that minimizes the negative effects on their children’s lives. In fact, it may be surprising to learn that for many children, the end of a broken marriage can…

What is a Premarital Agreement

Premarital agreements, also commonly known as a “prenup” for short, aren’t as exciting or heartwarming as wedding planning, but they can be just as important. Many people have an impression that a premarital agreement will encourage a future divorce, when actually having a well negotiated agreement in place can have the reverse effect and start a marriage with…