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Reassigning mortgage payments during a divorce

One of the most complicated parts of divorce for many Texas couples is having to work through the separation of their assets and finances. In many cases, determining which person is going to keep the house, is one of the most complicated and contentious decisions to be made. Many couples still owe money on their home thus complicating matters further when mortgage payments have to be reassigned to a party who is willing to pay. 

Does losing a child increase the chances of divorce?

Losing a child is one of the most difficult things a parent can go through. Unless you have been through it, it is almost impossible to explain. Every day in Texas, parents are going through such a loss. For married parents, that loss can have an effect on their marriage. Often, it is negative. According to Still Standing Magazine, statistics say your marriage only has a 20 percent chance of surviving the death of a child.

How can you protect yourself during your divorce?

You and your spouse have decided that divorce is the only remaining option to resolve the marital conflict that has been a persistent problem. While you feel a sense of relief that your volatile relationship will be drawing to a close, you are also ridden with anxiety about what this significant change will mean for you. Fortunately, there are proactive steps you can take to protect your wellbeing as you work hard to adjust to your new normal. 

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