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Texas law allows prenups, also referred to as pre-marital agreements, and judges are encouraged to uphold them. However, many of the pre-marital agreements that I have seen have had major flaws in them. The most common is that the agreement will not have been executed properly. It might not be notarized, when a space is […]

A tax refund can be divided by the divorce court, just like any other item of community property. However, if the money has already been spent, it is sometimes difficult to get it back. When a significant tax refund is expected, the best practice is to get an injunction prohibiting either party from spending it. […]

How do you know when you are getting a good deal in your divorce? The question is a lot more complicated than you might think. However, I can tell you two measuring sticks you should not trust: your almost ex-spouse, and your instincts. It is surprising how many people feel utterly betrayed by their divorcing […]

Is your home community property?. If the home is owned at the time of divorce, the presumption is that it is community property, unless it can be proven not to be. If the home was acquired during the marriage, that presumption is more difficult to overcome. This is true even if the home is titled […]

I thought I would mention some tips for making an appearance in court. Some tips will be obvious, some may surprise you, but all of them are useful. The one that deserves to go first is indisputable. Make sure your phone is OFF! If your phone goes off, the bailiff WILL be coming up to […]

Asking a business owner what their business is worth is like asking a parent how beautiful their child is. The answer is going to be different from one day to the next, and it is never going to be objective. The value of a family owned business is one of the issues most often and […]

A will or testament is a legal document by which a person, the testator, expresses his/her wishes as to how their property is to be distributed at death, and names one or more persons as executor to manage the estate until its final distribution. if a person dies without a will, the State gets to […]

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