Month

January 2014
When the topic of child custody comes up, it is almost universally connected to a case in which a mother and father cannot agree on the care and custody of a shared child after a divorce. However, Texas parents should be aware that it is possible for an intact and functioning family to lose their...
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Couples who are on the path towards divorce must first decide how to process the end of their marriage. Divorce is never a one-size-fits-all proposition, and there are multiple ways that spouses can make the transition from married to single. In decades past, litigation was the primary path to divorce, but today’s couples can benefit...
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Receiving an inheritance can make a world of difference in one’s financial outlook. Deciding how to spend, save or invest those funds is a serious matter, and deserves careful attention. When an inheritance is received by a person who is married, the assets are considered to be that individual’s separate property. However, without the proper...
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The end of a marriage marks a significant life event, and the transition from married to single deserves acknowledgement. However, many spouses choose to focus exclusively on the negative aspects of divorce, and fail to recognize the more positive side of this time of transition. The following ideas are shared in the hopes of shining...
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It is the rare Texas spouse who has not entertained even a fleeting thought of what their life might be like had they never married. Thinking of divorce is also common during times of marital strife. When the road is rough, many spouses consider whether divorce is the best path forward. Sometimes ending a marriage...
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