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Category: divorce

What a Post-Nuptial Agreement Can Do For Your Family

What a Post-Nuptial Agreement Can Do For Your Family

In case you’re wondering what a post-nuptial agreement is, it’s basically just like a pre-marital agreement. The only difference is that pre-marital ones are signed before the marriage and post-nuptial ones are signed after the wedding. Usually, the motivation between a prenup agreement and a post-nuptial agreement are not the same. In Texas, you are […]

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Dealing with High Net-Worth Divorces

Dealing with High Net-Worth Divorces

When push comes to shove, and both of you are not having it, divorce might be the answer. There’s no more sugarcoating to the fact that life is constantly changing and the same goes with your partner. Yes, you may have initially thought that you see things eye to eye and respect differences if not […]

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Post Divorce Co-parenting Tips

Post Divorce Co-parenting Tips

If you’re not one to live by a calendar and a planner, chances are you have a pretty carefree attitude towards life and that you just go with the flow of the situations. That can be a good attitude for a single person, but chaotic for a divorcee with a child. Imagine all your plans […]

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Grandparent Rights in Texas

Grandparent Rights in Texas

Grandparent rights are one of the areas of family law that seems to be constantly evolving. At the moment, in terms of custody, a grandparent really doesn’t have a significant legal advantage over anyone else. Most of the determination goes primarily to substantial past contact with the child, and the child’s best interest. One could […]

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How to Divide a Marital Home in a Texas Divorce

How to Divide a Marital Home in a Texas Divorce

Marriage makes two individuals become one. During the whole period of marriage, couples acquire properties which most of the time are jointly owned. Problems may arise when a couple decides to get divorced. Division of a marital home could get difficult. Separation of assets might lead into conflict and we might not properly exercise our […]

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A Holiday Reminder for Divorced Parents in Texas

A Holiday Reminder for Divorced Parents in Texas

  The holiday season may be almost over but it’s not a secret that it remains a challenge for divorced parents in Texas. Divorced parents also have to buy gifts, make and carry out plans for the holidays but it’s a period they have to deal with a little differently. To top that off, the […]

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How to Communicate With Your Ex During the Divorce

How to Communicate With Your Ex During the Divorce

Life may not turn out how we want it to be. It’s not even covered with the glitters, sparkles, and unicorn riding in rainbows. Frequently, it is brutal and unforgiving. The same goes for marriage. It can start from the most romantic story from a well-written fictional book, but it may end with two broken […]

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What You Need to Know About IRAs and Your Divorce

What You Need to Know About IRAs and Your Divorce

There are a lot of things that you might be sure of right now, but one thing you will never be able to prepare for what to do during or after a divorce. It’s not only the emotional toll that would weigh on you after deciding to go through divorce – you have to think […]

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Help Your Child Cope with Divorce

Help Your Child Cope with Divorce

Divorce is often seen as a final resort which a couple should avoid at all costs. There are situations where divorce could be the only option and in these cases, the family has no choice but to survive. Regardless of the circumstances of divorce, the children are always caught in the crossfire.  Effects of Divorce […]

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What Your Invoice Tells About Your Divorce Lawyer’s Hourly Charges

What Your Invoice Tells About Your Divorce Lawyer’s Hourly Charges

There are two divorce lawyers. Lawyer A charges 300$ per hour, while Lawyer B charges 400$ per hour. Say, you hired Lawyer A for your divorce and then called him to talk about the hearing schedule and the call took three minutes. When you received your bills, you saw that he charged you 60$ for […]

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