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Divorce
Prenuptial agreement. This practice is most commonly associated with the super-rich. After all, they have a lot to lose (and gain) should their marriage disintegrate and end in divorce. Not anymore. Prenuptial agreements are becoming common practice among more couples as they enter into marriage. But what is causing this growing trend? One thought is...
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As you begin the early stages of a divorce, you will likely be looking ahead at how it will impact your future financial picture, especially when it comes to retirement. However, when starting to construct your monetary outlook, keep in mind that you may have access to funds you hadn’t previously considered – social security...
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As part of your divorce, you and your ex were given a court-ordered arrangement, and a significant part of that decision was probably child support payments. Many parents are dependent on this money from their ex to help them provide for their child. So when the party who is responsible to make child support payments...
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If you’re considering divorce, you’re probably aware that it won’t be cheap. Throw in a custody battle and you’re looking at increasing costs. At the Sisemore Law Firm, we’re in the business of moving the case along – not gauging our Tarrant County area clients for money – helping them succeed grows our business. So...
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By Justin Sisemore In my last blog post, How to have an Affordable, Cost Effective Divorce, I talked about ways you can save money as you’re going through the divorce process. Not necessarily unrelated to saving money in a divorce is being a “good client”, which can not only assist in keeping costs down, but...
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For better or worse, divorces do not happen overnight. It can take several months to move from “divorcing” to “divorced.” During this transition period, you do not stop being a parent, which means you will still have to raise your kids with each other, even though you are living separately. This can be a very...
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Divorce can bring up a lot of tense feelings as you try to figure out the best steps from which to move forward. Doing this in a formal divorce court can sometimes feel overwhelming. Divorce mediation is sometimes a good option when you want to have a safe space in which to negotiate with your...
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Going through a divorce is never something you want to do. It is usually a last resort after many attempts to resolve conflicts or reignite the relationship. But while it is a harsh reality overall, it’s not all bad. Divorce can often improve the lives of you and your former spouse. This blog will highlight...
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You and your spouse are divorcing. You’ve lived together in the same house for 20 years. You instinctively want to keep the home, even if it costs you other assets. This can be right for some people and wrong for others. To decide how you should proceed, here are three important questions to ask. 1....
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In the movies, it seems like divorce always happens in dramatic fashion when one spouse walks in on the other spouse, who is cheating with the neighbor, a friend or a co-worker. In seconds, a relationship that took years to build comes to an end. This does happen, but the reality is that a lot...
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