No matter where you live, you’ll find that you have bills to pay. The amount of money you have should, in theory, be equal to or more than what it takes to live comfortably in those circumstances. During your divorce, you do need to work out your living expenses and...
Some of the messiest, most expensive divorce issues involve dependent family members. Parents with young children may fight bitterly for custody. Many modern couples may have chosen to expand their family with the inclusion of a dog or a cat. In some Texas families,...
The longer your marriage lasts and the higher your standard of living, the more complications may arise during a divorce. High-asset divorces often become high-conflict divorces, with spouses fighting over property or even breaking the law to try to gain the upper...
Planning for divorce takes time. It’s often best to get your paperwork in order well in advance, especially with significant assets. You may need bank statements so that you can prove/monitor those assets, for instance, or you may want to gather investment statements,...
Starting a business with your spouse can be a smart move. It ensures you both maintain a say in the company and are equally invested in its long-term success. However, joint ownership can quickly cause complications if you intended to divorce. While both of you may...
If you’re starting the process of divorcing, one of the main questions you may have is how long it’s going to take. In Texas, your divorce won’t be finalized for at least 60 days following your divorce petition being filed. This is just one aspect of the process,...
If you’re getting a divorce in Texas, you should know that the state is a community property state. This means that all of the marital assets you share with your spouse will need to be divided equally upon divorce unless you come up with a different arrangement. If...
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...
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