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  • Here’s Why Prenups Are on the Rise for Millennials

    Prenuptial agreements, also known as premarital agreements or “prenups” for short, haven’t earned the greatest reputation over the years. Although defining issues of finances and the possibility of divorce before a marriage may have once been considered an unromantic gesture, it ... Read Article
  • What Happens to my Inheritance in a Texas Divorce?

    If you are thinking about a divorce and have received an inheritance, you may be wondering, "what happens to my inheritance in a Texas Divorce?" Texas is a community property state, which means that anything acquired during a marriage that isn’t considered separate property is ... Read Article
  • What Happens to the Family Home in a Divorce?

    Property division is one of the most important aspects of divorce , as well as one of the most contentious. When spouses must decide how to equally split assets and debts acquired during the course of the marriage, there are a number of things to consider and a number of ... Read Article
  • Call in the Right People to Protect Your Assets in a Divorce

    Dividing debts and assets is a central focus of all divorce cases , and the outcome can have a significant impact on your future. Because property division has ramifications that persist long after a marriage has been legally dissolved, it becomes essential that you tackle this ... Read Article
  • Reasons Why You Should Consider a Texas Prenup

    Mention a “ prenup ” and many engaged couples recoil. After all, entering into a marriage is all about trust, right? But think about it. Would you enter into any decision that affects you for the rest of your life without taking the measures available that protect you should the ... Read Article
  • Breach of fiduciary duty and how it applies in a divorce

    Fiduciary agreements exist across various types of personal and professional relationships. In the context of family law and marriage, “fiduciary” denotes the responsibility of spouses to act in one another’s interests, financially speaking. A spouse has a duty in equity and in ... Read Article
  • How farms and ranches can complicate a divorce

    In Texas, farms and ranches are usually owned by families, partnerships or family-held corporations and owners often have deep economic and familial ties to their land. In fact, it is not uncommon for ownership to go back several generations, with entire families contributing to ... Read Article
  • Factors That can cause a Disproportionate Award in a Divorce

    In short, disproportionate in the context of property division in divorce, means being out of proportion or other than equal. So how can a disproportionate award affect your divorce? The State of Texas is a community property state. Texas outlines community property as all ... Read Article
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