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Property Division
How to share intellectual property after divorce
Intellectual property refers to the intangible idea that is built out of mind creativity and yields good returns to inventors. When it comes to dividing property in a divorce, it may be a headache to get through all the possessions in a marriage. From deciding what to do with the house to figure out who...
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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 to hide assets. Unfortunately, hiding assets is a very real problem among divorcing couples. Forbes...
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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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When couples in Texas decide that it’s time to get a divorce, you will first need to jump through a number of legal hoops. Among them is property division, an important step in any divorce that is handled differently depending on where you live. FindLaw takes a look at the property division laws in Texas....
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