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September 2020 Archives

What's the best approach for your visitation plan?

One of the most important aspects of your divorce will be deciding what happens with your kids. You know that the terms of your final order will affect your kids for years to come, and this is why it is important to have a custody and visitation plan that allows for stability and security. When you are creating a parenting plan, it is in your interests to think about the kids' needs above all else. 

Meeting with a divorce attorney by video? Use these tips

Once upon a time, it would seem very strange to discuss your personal matters with an attorney on a video call, but things have changed. Doctors, therapists and attorneys are all using Zoom and other video conferencing tools to handle meetings with their clients.

Can you resolve your divorce without going to court?

Divorce is never an easy process, but there are times when a Texas couple may want to simplify their divorce as much as possible. When a couple is amicable and willing to work together on resolving disputes and making important decisions, it is possible to resolve a divorce out of court. This can be easier and less stressful than a litigated divorce, during which an impersonal family court may make decisions that will affect every member of the family for years to come.

Can you renegotiate a prenuptial agreement?

When you got married, your intended asked for a prenuptial agreement. You weren't surprised. You were marrying someone of significant means, and they had a lot that they wanted to protect. Maybe they'd even been burned in the past by a former relationship. The terms seemed fair enough, so you signed.

How are assets treated in a Texas divorce?

Whenever a couple heads for a split, both sides are usually concerned about their property rights. Questions can range from things like, "Who gets to keep the furniture?" to "What happens to the retirement fund?" The more assets you have at stake, the bigger your concerns likely are.

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