Your spouse tells you that they don’t want to get divorced. They blame you for the way the marriage is ending. You can tell that they’re frustrated and angry, and you worry that they’re looking to get even. One of the most common ways that people do this is by hiding...
When you are going through a difficult divorce, everything that used to make sense or seem to be true may not any longer. Your life will feel complex, and the stresses will feel difficult to resolve or escape from. It's also likely that you'll have a wide range of...
When opposite-sex couples decide to get divorced and begin splitting up assets, it may seem pretty straightforward. If they got married in 2010, everything they bought jointly after that is a marital asset that they purchased together. These are the assets they both...
When you are someone who has worked hard to come to America, raised a child here with your spouse and even built a business, you want to celebrate that and be here as much as you can. That being said, you still have family and friends south of the border, and you want...
A University of Stockholm researcher published a study last year highlighting how women's career advancement may make them more vulnerable to divorce. The study's author highlighted various data points to substantiate claims of a correlation between a female partner's...
Over the past sixty years, more couples have been divorcing than ever before. Stepparenting has become a cultural institution across the country. In states like Texas, there's a blueprint for many people who become stepparents, especially if they're straight and...
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...
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...
Like most Texas married couples, you and your spouse have undoubtedly had ups and downs in your relationship. If you happen to be one of many spouses who ultimately have decided that the downs outweigh the ups, you might be considering filing or have already filed for...
Divorce is especially difficult when you find yourself working against a narcissist. In child custody struggles, the other parent can make it extremely difficult to reach a final order that is fair and sustainable. Despite the challenges ahead, it is possible to...
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