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Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Debt and Divorce


Divorce goes to the heart of so much of a person’s life. It goes to the family structure. Where you live.


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Wednesday, August 25, 2021

How Are Child Care Expenses Divided After Divorce?


There are many moving parts in a divorce. If there are children involved, there are even more things to consider. Do not let everything distract you from putting plans in place to protect your future wellbeing, particularly your future financial wellbeing and ability to provide for your children.
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Friday, July 23, 2021

Tax Consequences of Divorce


Going through a divorce can be difficult enough in and of itself. To know that you also need to be looking ahead to post-divorce life in order to best protect yourself and your well-being as you start off on a new chapter in your life can be overwhelming. One of the considerations you should be keeping in mind as you navigate the divorce process is that there can be significant tax consequences of divorce.
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Thursday, May 27, 2021

Can I Oppose Divorce?


Way back when, a divorce in Texas would only be granted for certain, specified reasons. To seek a divorce, a spouse had to both allege and prove one such specific reason to get a divorce. Should he or she be unsuccessful in proving the alleged reason for seeking a divorce, then the divorce would be denied.
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Monday, April 26, 2021

What Is the Difference Between Fault and No-Fault Divorce?


If you have considered getting a divorce, you may have seen the terms “fault” and “no-fault” come up in any initial research you may have done. Divorce is a complicated area of law, a highly personal one, and one that can have profound impacts on the personal and financial future of anyone who goes through it. Divorce can be the best choice for a person and a family.
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Friday, April 23, 2021

Is My Spouse Entitled to Half of My Business?


In a Texas divorce, marital assets are subject to equitable division. Marital assets are considered to be, with certain exceptions, those acquired, those that gained in value, or those that both spouses contributed to building during their marriage. This can include a business.
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Tuesday, March 30, 2021

My Spouse Wants a Divorce—What Do I Do?


Whether expected or unexpected, having your spouse directly inform you that he or she wants a divorce can send you reeling. Even saying the request out loud can feel like a marked change has fallen over your relationship. If your spouse has asked for a divorce, it will likely take a minute to compose yourself.


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Friday, February 26, 2021

Do You Need a Divorce for a Common Law Marriage?


Did you know that you can have a common law marriage in Texas? It is true! There are, however, specific requirements for a common law marriage that must be met. If you and your partner have met the requirements for a common law marriage in Texas, you may, at some point or another, wonder whether you need to get a divorce for the marriage to end. We will talk more about that here.
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Thursday, February 25, 2021

Relocation after Divorce


After a divorce, you may be looking for your fresh start. This fresh start may involve a move to be closer to family or perhaps for a new job. If you have children with your former spouse, however, moving may be more difficult than just packing up and heading out.
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Wednesday, December 23, 2020

What Does a Forensic Accountant Do During Divorce Proceedings?


There are so many issues at play in a divorce. Things can turn to a mess at many different levels. One such level involves finances.
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Monday, November 23, 2020

When Divorce Mediation Might Be Right for You


Have you decided that your best path going forward involves divorce? It is the right decision for many and can signal a fresh, brighter start for many people and their families. To help ease the process, many reap the benefits offered by divorce mediation. A frequently used negotiating method in the divorce settlement process, divorce mediation involves you and your spouse retaining a neutral third party, referred to as the “mediator,” and you all meet together to discuss and work to resolve the issues incident to the divorce.


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