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Dividing Finances in a Divorce

In Texas family law, we could say “fair” is what happens at the state fairgrounds in October each year. Dividing finances in a divorce is seldom “fair.” What each person thinks of as “fair” is completely subjective.  People often come into the divorce process thinking that what they want is “fair” – but most assuredly,…

Financial Stability During and After Divorce

Spouses in Texas who are getting divorced should consider certain steps to protect their financial interests. These steps range from creating a post-divorce budget to changing passwords when needed to understanding what the divorce is likely to cost and how that cost will be paid. The process of developing a post-divorce budget can be simple…

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…

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…