community property
Do I need a lawyer to get a divorce
One of the top concerns people have regarding divorce is, “How much is it going to cost me?” We’ve all heard horror stories of divorces costing upwards of $20,000, 30,000 or more, which leads many people to look for low-cost options, like online divorces or tackling the divorce themselves, sans attorney. Unfortunately, going the cheaper...
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Only a fraction of the states other than Texas are considered community property states. Since the majority of states do not deem property acquired during marriage to be equally divisible, there is a certain level of ambiguity surrounding the division of property during a divorce in Texas. Most states equitably distribute property acquired during a...
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