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June 2017 Archives

How to divide artwork during divorce

One of the most difficult aspects of a divorce in Colorado is dividing up your property. When it comes time to decide who gets what, things can get complicated. This is especially true if you are an artist and have to decide what to do with your creations. We at Fabio and Merrill have experience helping clients determine what to do with marital property and can help you find the best home for your artwork as well as any other possessions.

What is the Children’s Bill of Rights?

In a divorce situation, it is often the children who suffer the most. They love both of their parents and are left feeling as if they need to choose between them. However, this is not the way things have to be. It is possible for you to make a Texas divorce easier on your children by simply considering their rights.

How can I prepare myself financially for divorce?

If you are thinking about serving your spouse with divorce papers anytime soon, you may want to hold off on that decision for a bit. Texas divorces are not cheap. If you do not take the time to plan properly, your separation could leave you wounded and at a financial disadvantage. No matter how agreeable you and your partner may seem now, things can get ugly fast. Your divorce may even take longer to finalize. 

How does Texas split retirement accounts during divorce?

For many couples, asset division is the most contentious aspect of divorce other than child custody. It's relatively common for one spouse to try to hide assets to avoid sharing fairly. It's also common for one or both spouses to fight for more than a fair share of marital assets. Certain assets, like retirement accounts, are often held in only one person's name. That doesn't mean that those assets aren't still meant to be equitably divided during a divorce.

Make the most of your summer visit with a noncustodial child

If you are among the many noncustodial parents across Texas who are looking forward to some quality time with noncustodial children this summer, you may have some trepidation about how your upcoming visit may go. At Fabio & Merrill, we have helped numerous clients navigate the complexities of child custody and custodial relationships, and we can offer an informed, experienced perspective that may help you do the same.

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