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Make sure you include all marital property in a divorce

There are many factors to negotiate when filing for divorce in Texas. Property division, however, may be one of the most complicated. People grow attached to their property and possessions, and it can be difficult to separate those items in the divorce settlement. Texas is a community property state, meaning all marital property is divided equally in half between spouses. It is critical that people understand what marital property is so they can be certain to get everything they are entitled to in the divorce settlement. 

Are second and third marriages more likely to fail?

When you exchange vows with your future partner, the last thing you want is to file for divorce a few years or decades down the road. However, the phrase, ‘till death do we part,’ may not always hold true in some marriages. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than half of all marriages end in divorce. This high statistic may seem unreasonable; yet, many people are quick to file for divorce when a problem arises or when people grow apart from each other and decide to go their separate ways. 

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