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The requirements for a valid prenuptial agreement

There are specific requirements for a prenuptial agreement to be valid. Couples who are considering a prenuptial agreement should, of course, not only understand the variety of benefits a prenuptial agreement provide but also what the requirements are for a prenuptial agreement to be valid. Prenuptial agreements can be used to protect assets, including a family business, and clarify financial expectations for the couple, however, if it is not properly executed, it may not be valid.

The end of a marriage doesn't have to be the end of a business

If you are considering divorce, a variety of factors could be influencing your decisions. The end of a marriage could have a substantial impact on your financial future, and your concerns in this area may only grow deeper if you are the owner of a business.

Things to know about wage garnishment in Texas

Like most Texas residents, you work hard to earn a living. You may find your work rewarding and are glad you usually have enough income to make ends meet. Do you know, however, that there are several problems that may arise in your life that would allow various entities to garnish your wages in order to satisfy your debts? In some situations, there may be little or nothing you can do about it.