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Research Reveals That Student Loans May Cause Divorce

According to research, student loan debts may cause problems other than just accumulating massive debt. As is common with financial struggles in general, a heavy student loan debt load can create a lot of stress in a marriage relationship. Researchers have known for years that money problems, such as debt, causes stress in marital relationships….

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…

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…