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March 2018 Archives

'I do,' and what about the pre-marital agreement?

A recently-engaged couple in Texas experiences a special time when they are affectionate and optimistic about the future. Taking advantage of these positive vibes and energy can help them prepare a pre-marital agreement (also known as a prenuptial agreement) to deal with the possibility of divorce. This dialogue may also have the chance of lowering the odds of separation.

What to do with property after the divorce decree

Couples in Texas may spend a long time negotiating or litigating their divorces. Their final divorce decree may end litigation or negotiations on the matter for married couples in Texas. But, it is the beginning of ensuring the proper division of the couple's assets.

Interference with parenting time? You can fight back

Parents want to maintain a strong relationship with their children after a divorce, but sometimes, custody arrangements in Texas do not always work like they should. Negative feelings and disputes between parents can continue, even long after the process is final, and it can be difficult to resolve these matters in a way that is satisfactory to all parties.