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What You Need to Know Before You Say “I Do” 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…

Moving In Together or Getting Married After College Graduation?

Congratulations!  You’re graduating from college, and you’ve met the love of your life!  You may think now is a great time to move in together, or maybe even tie the knot.  Have you thought about the legal consequences of making such heartfelt decisions?  You should! Students graduating from college, especially those who go on to graduate school such as…

What to Know About Premarital Agreements

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…