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Unique Issues for Doctors During Divorce

Going through a divorce is never easy for any couple. The process can be even more difficult for physicians and their spouses. From navigating Texas state laws regarding the ownership of medical practices to the division of complex assets and debts to creating workable custody and visitation arrangement, there are many pitfalls that must be...

The Benefits of a Prenuptial Agreement in Texas

A prenuptial agreement is a legal contract between two people who plan to get married, should the marriage eventually fail (as roughly half of all marriages do). A prenup settles crucial questions such as: Who owned what prior to the marriage? How property acquired during the marriage will be divided upon divorce? What spousal payments...

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At the Ramos Law Group, PLLC we take pride in our quality of service and our passion for family law. We differentiate ourselves from other divorce lawyers in Houston by always placing our clients’ needs before our own.

STEPS TO BUILDING CREDIT AFTER DIVORCE

TYPICAL POST-DIVORCE SCENARIO: “After my divorce, my ex was responsible for paying on several credit cards. The credit card companies refused to remove me from the accounts, so the judge ordered my ex to pay them in a timely way to avoid credit problems for me. He did not pay them in a timely way...

Special Considerations When Divorcing High Asset Individuals

A Texas divorce can encompass complicated legal issues and extreme emotions, but the complexities are elevated to another level when the matter involves high net worth assets. In such a case, the marital estate can be significant and often includes a combination of real estate, personal property, separate property, and marital assets. Plus, some high...

Splitting a Medical Practice Due to Divorce

It’s common to face challenges if you’re getting divorced and need to address ownership interests in a business. Applying Texas asset division laws to a company is more complicated as compared to splitting other property, such as real estate or a vehicle. However, if the business at issue is a medical practice, there are additional...