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Prenup Checklist

Published on Apr 1, 2019  |  in divorce,marriage,prenuptial agreements

A prenuptial agreement can protect both parties in the event of a divorce down the road. Although no engaged couple wants to think about the possibility of a split, going over the legalities early on can make for a much smoother process should a future separation or divorce occur. Use this prenup checklist to make
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Divorce Waiting Period in Texas

Published on Mar 18, 2019  |  in divorce

If you are filing for divorce in Texas, you likely have a number of questions. One of the most frequently asked questions involves how long your divorce proceedings will take. While the actual length of time your divorce proceedings will take can vary depending on your situation, Texas has a minimum timeframe in effect. When
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How New Tax Laws Will Affect Divorce in 2019

Published on Feb 8, 2019  |  in divorce

Divorce is not a clear-cut process. Depending on your specific circumstances, you will have to handle filing paperwork, balancing the new organization of your life, attending court hearings, and dividing up your assets. Hiring an Austin divorce lawyer can help alleviate a great deal of ambiguity. However, the new tax changes taking effect in January
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Living on Your Own After Divorce

Published on Jan 8, 2019  |  in divorce

Readjustment to life after a divorce can be very challenging. Divorce proceedings alone require a great deal of time, money, and emotional energy. After enlisting the help of an Austin divorce attorney to have the courts finalize the decision to end your marriage, you face the task of re-learning how to live independently of your
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Pets in Divorce Settlements

Published on Dec 17, 2018  |  in divorce

A divorce typically involves the division of property shared by the divorcing couple. If one spouse owned property before entering the marriage, or the spouses can provide evidence of their individual property and assets during divorce proceedings, it is possible for the spouses to retain their individual property and split community property. Custody also comes
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