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Protect Your Business in Divorce

Being an entrepreneur, and having the freedom to create and control your own business, can be extremely rewarding. However, when your marriage is on shaky ground, it can also leave you feeling vulnerable and exposed – not knowing what will happen to the business in the event of divorce.  This is why it is so…

Guidelines for Helping Children Through Divorce

Even during the most civil of separations, divorce can be a confusing experience for children of all ages. Children can’t fully comprehend how their own lives will change, nor can they understand their own emotions, which can include a mix of fear, anger, guilt, shame, sadness, and anxiety. Divorce is not easy for anyone, parents or children, but…

Prenuptial and Post-Nuptial Agreements in Texas

Prenuptial agreements in Texas, present couples with an opportunity to understand each other’s financial situation and make decisions about what should happen during a divorce. People who know that they will receive an inheritance often have an interest in separating these assets from the marital estate prior to exchanging vows. Potential income disparities between spouses…

What You Need to Know Before Getting Married in Texas

When you are married and live in the State of Texas, there are rules that automatically apply to your marriage unless you enter into an formal agreement known as a premarital agreement (before marriage) or marital property agreement (after marriage).  Here is a list of common rules spouses are often “surprised” to learn apply to…