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October 2019 Archives

Co-parenting after divorce doesn't have to be exasperating

A common challenge following the dissolution of a marriage involving young children is navigating the co-parenting journey. This can be challenging even in relationships that start out relatively amicable following divorce. Here are some tips for making the co-parenting journey a positive one in Texas.

The dangers of moving out when you file for divorce with kids

Going through a Texas divorce with children can be substantially more complicated than a divorce without kids. Not only do you have to worry about custody issues and child support, but you must also do your best to protect your children from the emotional damage that divorce can often cause.

Desire to save money may spark divorce among high earners

Many individuals in Texas and elsewhere decide to get divorced due to irreconcilable differences. For instance, perhaps the two parties are constantly in conflict regarding how they spend their money. However, in some cases, the goal of saving money is the driving force behind a divorce.

Prenup may provide protection during a business owner divorce

The marital dissolution process can understandably be overwhelming both emotionally and financially for any individual. However, a business owner divorce can be especially stressful due to the high-value assets that are likely involved. In light of this, it may behoove any business owner in Texas to draft a prenuptial agreement before getting married.

Tips to help make divorce proceedings less acrimonious

The end of a marriage can have a profound effect on one's emotions and finances, and no two divprces are exactly the same. However, being proactive may help to make getting divorced an easier process in light of the circumstances. Here are a couple of things in particular that individuals can do to mitigate the ill effects of divorce in Texas.

Late-in-life divorce can impact finances in major way

The process of getting divorced in Texas can have a massive impact on an individual's finances. However, the effects of divorce are generally even greater for those who are near retirement. The reason for this is that funds that were initially meant to cover one household for retirement must now cover two households.

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