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Child Custody and Visitation Rights

One of the most important considerations in the dissolution of the marriage is who the children will live with and the arrangements for the time they'll spend with the other parent. Child Custody can be difficult for all involved, so cooperating with one another at...

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Dividing Assets During Divorce

Dividing Assets During Divorce

When dividing assets during divorce, one of the most important negotiations involves the division of a former couple's property. Texas is a community property state. This means that most property that is acquired during your marriage is the property of both spouses....

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Is Joint Custody Right for You?

Is Joint Custody Right for You?

Seeing that your children are properly cared for is among the top concerns if you and your partner divorce. Child joint custody arrangements are typically made as part of a divorce settlement in order to legally enforce the best interests of the child. Rights Under...

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The Consequences of Financial Misconduct in Divorce

Divorce is an emotional process. If one party worked while the other took care of children, or if there was a significant difference between two spouses' earnings, the state's rules for division of assets can feel unfair. However, it is vital that you and your soon to...

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Debt Division During a Divorce

The division of marital debt is one of the most common issues that must be decided in a divorce case. The guidelines the courts use during this process vary considerably between states, which may mean that that division may not be even between the divorcing parties....

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Pros and Cons of Divorce Mediation

In the public imagination, divorce is inherently bitter and combative, usually involving fierce and expensive legal battles. However, in reality, amicable divorce is possible and preferable for many former couples. If you and your soon-to-be former spouse are...

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Your Common Law Marriage Rights in Texas

If you make a life with someone, you may have rights if that relationship ends, either through one partner's death or through the dissolution of the relationship. Texas is one of several states that recognizes common law marriage. Common law marriage is as legally...

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Rules for Winning a Divorce Case in Texas

No one likes to contemplate the end of their marriage. However, with around half of all marriages ending in divorce, those who split are far from alone. Since marriage is a legal contract, there are major, long-term considerations when dealing with a divorce case. To...

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