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December 2019
Texas is one of a handful of states in the country that is referred to as a community property state. That means when a married couple gets a divorce, their asset pool is to be split evenly .However, Mortgage in divorce is something that remain puzzling due to its effects after divorcing One exception to...
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In most cases, once your child reaches the age of 18 or graduates from high school, you no longer have an obligation to pay child support and your employer should stop withholding child support payments from your salary. Your order from the Texas family court may state this. However, if your employer withholds your support...
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After your divorce in Texas, you must follow all of the terms of your divorce agreement. A divorce agreement has just as much power as any court order, and not following the terms of your agreement could lead to more conflict and legal problems. Here at the Lone Star Law Firm, we advise clients about...
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Are you facing a divorce after decades of marriage? In 2017, the Pew Research Center reported that the divorce rate among couples ages 50 or older increased by more than 100% between 1990 and 2015. If you and your spouse are considering a so-called “gray divorce” in Texas, keep these unique considerations for Gray divorce...
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