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A billionaire in Texas has  Asset trusts protecting his wealth .The couple is involved in a dispute over their assets in a divorce. Married since 1989, their property included an island in the Bahamas, several homes and valuable tapestries. When the husband filed for divorce in 2017, his wife assumed she would be entitled to...
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Mental health tips that will help you during and after divorce is what spouses need to be concern about when planning to divorce. Even with an amicable divorce, emotions and thoughts can run wild. If you are not careful, your mental health can take several blows along the way. Mental Health America offers strategies to...
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Going through a divorce is tough for parents and children. But what about pets? Many families consider their pets as much a part of the family as anyone else. So how do divorcing couples decide who keeps the dog or the cat?  Sometimes, couples can come to a pet custody agreement on their own. If...
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If you and your spouse are facing divorce, you probably anticipate the property settlement phase with a certain amount of anxiety. This is new territory, but you can enter it with more confidence than fear. You can navigate property division more easily if you avoid these four mistakes: Harboring unrealistic expectations Many divorcing couples make...
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There are a number of topics that many in Austin may not be anticipating coming up during their divorce proceedings. Chief among these is often dealing with a 401k division during divorce. People contributing to their 401ks often view them as separate property (as the funds going into them come largely from their own individual...
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Amendment of child support can be allowed in Texas under some scenarios that the court will determine under its merits. What if your ex-spouse wants to modify child support and you do not want to? According to VeryWellFamily, either party can ask for a amendment of child support, and neither of you can prevent the...
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Have you in the recent past or currently intending to seeking an attorney in Texas to help you in either divorce or splitting of your community property? Considering a split from your spouse is much different from filing for divorce. Texas is a no-fault state, so courts typically grant the request. However, there are many...
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In Texas, the law allows fault-based divorce when one spouse has proof of infidelity or another infraction that the other spouse committed. The court may consider these transgressions in both spousal support and property division. Whether you plan to seek a fault-based divorce or believe that your spouse may do so, learn how these cases...
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While going through a divorce, parents need to decide who gets custody of the kids and make a parenting plan. However, if parents cannot agree, the courts will make the decision. So how do the judge decide on child custody case in Texas? According to TexasLawHelp.org, the state of Texas uses the word conservatorship to...
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When Texan couples decide to split, there are sure to be difficulties ahead. People may expect contention on matters of child support or custody. They may even anticipate issues with asset division. But most people do not expect their spouse hiding assets. Unfortunately, hiding assets is a very real problem among divorcing couples. Forbes examines...
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