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How are Business Assets Handled in a Texas Divorce?

Business Assets In Texas Divorce The state of Texas is home to a multitude of businesses, both large and small. Businesses are the core of Texas’ great economy. But how does a Texas court handle a business asset should a marriage dissolve? First – Is the business part of the community estate? Texas is a...

Business Owner’s Guide to a Divorce

Guide To Divorce In Texas Today’s business owners are not the mom and pop type of yesterday. They must be business savvy, up on market trends and vigilant about their social media presence. A divorce can have a devastating effect on a thriving business if not handled correctly. A business owner contemplating a divorce in...

Top 5 Divorce Tips for Business Owners

Top Five Divorce Tips For Business Owner 1. Don’t Wait Divorce is NOT fun. It can be a lengthy, emotional and expensive process. Many Texas residents find themselves dragging their feet despite the fact the marriage is clearly over. This may be to avoid hurting the children, to prolong a nasty property fight or any...

Can I Ask My Spouse to Pay Attorney Fees in a Divorce?

Attorney Fees In A Divorce A divorce can be a financially daunting undertaking, especially if one spouse does not want to pursue a divorce or it comes as a total shock. An often-contested component of any divorce is attorney fees and who is obligated to pay said fees. Texas is a community property state, so...

Maintaining Your Standard of Living After Divorce

Maintaining Your Standard of Living After Divorce Divorce is a financial strain on even the most budget-minded person. Typically, a divorce results in a two-income household becoming a one-household. Even more jarring, sometimes a household that relied on one breadwinner becomes two households on one income. Financial woes or stress are to be expected when...

Top 10 Jobs with the Highest Divorce Rates in 2019

Half of all marriages end in divorce. The factors that impact this number have been long-studied and include age, ethnicity, childhood, and generation. Another factor in predicting the divorce rate of a couple is their careers. Job demands and income play an intrinsic role. According to job search powerhouse, Zippia, and data analyzed from U.S....

Protecting Assets Before Divorce in Texas

Marriage is more than a loving relationship. It’s a legally binding civil contract that defines what you and your partner own. During divorce, it’s natural to want to preserve as much of your combined assets as possible, particularly if you were the one who earned them. But what you see as moving to protect your...