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What you need to know about gray divorce

Texas is a community property state, which means that joint assets are typically divided evenly in a final settlement. If you are over the age of 55 at the time of your divorce, there is a good chance that you'll be splitting a relatively large estate with your...

How to look for hidden assets during divorce

One problem that may arise for people who are going through a divorce in Texas is that one spouse might try to hide assets from the other. A person can do this in many different ways, so the best way to locate the assets may be to look at financial paperwork to see...

Information about some common divorce myths

A lot of myths surrounding divorce impact our society. While the process of ending a marriage is very real and brings with it a great deal of stress and inner turmoil, there is a great deal of misinformation that many people have widely accepted as fact. Residents of...

What happens to your business during a divorce?

When you file for divorce in Texas, the divorce proceedings might threaten to tear your business apart. If you and your former spouse both have a stake in the business, the issue becomes even more challenging. Should you sell your shares and cut your losses, or is it...

Divorce and its impact on business owners

Considering that almost 50% of marriages today end in divorce, it is safe to assume that business owners in Texas are also at risk of dissolving their marriage. While many people think of the personal financial issues that divorce can bring about, there are also...

Myths about Social Security spousal claims

Social Security benefits exist to help ensure some measure of financial support during retirement years in Texas or elsewhere in the country. If you were the primary breadwinner in two or more marriages, you might have more than one spouse collecting Social Security...

Getting a handle on divorce while still working

Newly separated Texas residents may feel overwhelmed starting the divorce process, which can include determining how to divide community property or how to reach a child custody arrangement. The complications of divorce are compounded by the fact that life does not...