With significant assets at stake in a Texas divorce, it can cause myriad challenges that must be addressed from the start. A key factor to remember is how to be protected and shield assets when the property is divided. There are certain steps that people in this...
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The women’s rights movement led to major changes across the country. In the state of Texas, Louise Raggio spearheaded some of the very first major wins in that field. She laid the groundwork for Texas family law, and that served as a model for many other states in the...
Typically, both parents will have access to their children after a separation or divorce. In some cases, it may be possible to take the kids on road trips during the summer or other extended breaks from school. However, if you want to take your son or daughter outside...
Many high-asset divorces in Texas involve dividing up business assets. Some individuals choose to split the assets, while others sell the business or try to buy their estranged spouse out of the company. Whatever the case, both parties need to know how much the...
Newly divorced couples in Texas have to deal with a lot of difficult situations. When kids are involved, the situation can only get harder. If you're recently divorced or separated, you may fear that your ex is speaking negatively about you to your child. What is...
When Texas parents are fighting for child custody, the details of their relationship with the children will be important. This information can determine what type of custody and support are awarded. Because small but important details are often overlooked in...
As the new year rolls in, so do the memories of the past. This is the reality for those in Texas who have recently gone through a divorce and may be facing the start of a new year without the familiarity of a spouse or family. However, as difficult as things are, the...
When couples divorce, it can be a very emotionally difficult experience. It's not easy to say goodbye to a marriage. Even if the divorce proceedings are tumultuous, it's still difficult to admit that something that started off well no longer works. It can be even...
The process of dividing property during a divorce can be tricky. Many people automatically think of dividing homes, savings accounts and other assets but may fail to consider retirement accounts, IRAs and other such assets. Divorcees in Texas should educate themselves...
Many Texas couples who are considering divorce wonder about the possibility of spousal support. Neither temporary spousal support nor longer-lasting spousal maintenance are automatic, and they are not ordered in every case. The court has the final say in how long...
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