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Divorce
Tax implications on gray divorce
Tax implications is one of the key element when working out divorce process between couples above 50 years. If you are over 50 and heading for a divorce, you may be thankful you don’t have to worry about child support and parenting plans complicating your split. However, a diamond or “gray” divorce has its own...
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Working with a financial analyst may help alleviate some financial concerns, but is it necessary to hire a financial planner who specializes in divorce-related matters? Financial matters could create a great deal of stress for married couples. When spouses in Texas find themselves headed for divorce, the situation might become even more troubling. Benefits might...
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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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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. One exception to this principle would be if the couple had a prenuptial agreement or a postnuptial agreement...
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There are countless reasons why a couple’s marriage may crumble, such as infidelity and financial problems. Sometimes, marriages fall apart due to broken promises. There are many different promises that people may make prior to their marriage, such as agreeing to have children (or to go through life without kids), promising to stay faithful and...
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In Texas, common law marriages are legally binding. If you decided to informally marry using common law, you may still need to get divorced when you want to part ways. There are a few things you must do for the marriage to be legal in the first place. Texas Family Code Chapter 2 Subchapter E...
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You’ve heard stories of couples agreeing to go for uncontested divorce like rational adults to just go their separate ways. And then things spin wildly out of control. But it truly doesn’t have to go that way. Texas divorces are either uncontested or contested. Even contested divorces are surprisingly well designed in our state for...
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For most Texas divorcing couples, property division is a significant source of stress during the divorce process, and those who own a family business Assets may find negotiations in this area particularly challenging. Many divorcing people find this time very stressful. When a married couple decides to part ways, they likely know they will now...
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Coming to the conclusion that it isn’t possible to save your marriage is never an easy one. When you and your spouse have decided divorce is your only option, there are many things to consider. One of them involves division of property. If you live in Texas, you should know about the state’s property division...
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Adultery is one of the biggest issues in marriages throughout the United States. It leads to divorces faster than many other problems that affect couples. Adultery occurs when a person has an ongoing affair or cheats on their spouse on a short-term basis. In the state of Texas, there are certain laws pertaining to adultery....
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