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You may think that you could not feel more negatively toward your spouse in the future than you did at the moment when you decided to divorce. Most people don't understand the emotional intensity of divorce until they experience it themselves. Even those who are...
Texas is a community property state. When a Lone Star State couple gets divorced, most of the assets the couple owns must be divided 50-50 between the spouses. However, there are exceptions you need to know about to protect your financial rights during property...
Possession of and access to the children can become a hotly contested issue in many divorces. Sometimes, one parent wants to deny the other parent an active role in their child’s life. While that’s not good for the affected parent, it can be even more devastating for...
The spark is gone. Instead, the relationship you have with your spouse is wrought with tension, resentment and unhappiness. You both agree that divorce is the best way forward – but what about your children? As a parent, your children are the most important thing in...
When you’re going through a divorce in Texas City, Texas, one of the first things you have to do is figure out what assets get carved out as each party’s separate property – and what doesn’t. Since Texas is a community property state, each party in a divorce is...
Couples that divorce in Texas must either arrange their own property division settlement or prepare for litigation. In a litigated divorce, a Texas family law judge will use their understanding of state law and your family's situation to divide your property...
Being a business owner is a source of pride and achievement for many Texans. However, it takes time to start a business successfully, and spending long hours away from the family can take a toll on a marriage. With so much to worry about, it’s easy to become...
While there are basic, standardized forms that help parents negotiate shared custody arrangements in Texas, every family is different. What works for your neighbors or your brother-in-law may not work at all for your family. Each of the parents will have their unique...
People in unhappy marriages may spend weeks, months or even years trying to make a relationship work. Once they finally decide that divorce is the only feasible solution, they often want to conclude the process as quickly as possible. The fact that divorce laws...
When you have children with an ex-spouse, it can be frustrating to have to coparent with them. You may not agree with everything that they do, and animosity between you might still cause disputes. For the benefit of your children, it’s helpful to work on having a...

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