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April 2016 Archives

An understanding of grandparents' rights can be key

Due to many different sets of circumstances, some children land in the care of their grandparents. Regardless of whether it is an amicable arrangement between the parents and grandparents or a situation in which children need protection from circumstances in their parents' homes, many uncertainties typically exist when it comes to grandparents' rights in Texas. It is a complicated area of the law, and it may be best dealt with by an experienced family law attorney.

Using a marital agreement to protect your property, P.3

Last time, we left off discussing the issue of coercion and fraud in the negotiation of marital agreements. Involuntariness and failure to disclose assets and liabilities can also occur in prenuptial agreement negotiations, of course, and it is important for all couples negotiating such agreements to have representation to protect their interests and ensure their agreements are going to be effective.

Using a marital agreement to protect your property, P.2

We’ve been looking in recent posts at the topic of keeping separate property separate in marriage as a way to protect one’s assets in the event of divorce. Then, in our last post, we began to look at using marital agreements to protect separate property from division in divorce.

Using a marital agreement to protect your property

Many of our readers have heard of the increasing popularity of prenuptial agreements to protect property from division in the event of divorce. As useful as prenuptial agreements are, though, not every couple has the foresight to negotiate such an agreement prior to marriage.

Keeping separate property separate in marriage, P.3

We’ve been looking in recent posts at steps that can be taken to protect assets from divorce by couples who, for one reason or another, do not have a prenuptial agreement. Last time, we spoke in particular about the importance of avoiding commingling of separate property.

Keeping separate property separate in marriage, P.2

In our last post, we began looking at the issue of protecting one’s property from divorce. As we noted, one of the most effective ways to do this is to carefully negotiate and properly execute a prenuptial agreement. In the event that this is not possible for a couple, there are still some steps that can be taken to maintain some financial separation from a spouse.

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