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THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DIVORCE AND HIGH ASSET DIVORCE All divorces are difficult, but each situation is unique. If you and your spouse acquired significant assets during your marriage, or if you came into your marriage already possessing significant wealth, then you need a law firm capable of preserving that wealth in your divorce. At The […]

Texas law outlines that, with a few notable exceptions, any assets acquired during a marriage are considered community property, and as such, are subject to distribution during the divorce. Because of this, if you have co-owned a business with your spouse, it is critical that you seek legal aid from an experienced attorney in order […]

SECURE YOUR FINANCIAL FUTURE Prenup is short for Prenuptial agreement. This is an agreement signed prior to marriage that indicates what will happen to property when the divorce is over, whether it ends due to death or divorce. Generally, a prenup is most important for high net worth individuals or business owners, but a prenup […]

You may have seen descriptors for attorneys letting you know whether or not they are certified by the Texas Board, but what does this really mean? And how important is it that your attorney have this qualification?

If you are getting a divorce, you might have concerns now that you previously hadn’t considered regarding the division of your assets. Among these, you may be wondering, “What happens to any property or wealth that I have inherited?”

It is common in a divorce for people to be concerned about marital debt. You want to be sure that debt is divided evenly between both parties, but this actually may not be in your best interest.

Divorce attorneys have a saying that “the house follows the children”, meaning that there is usually a strong preference on the part of a judge to award the house to the parent who is keeping the children. However, just because you can keep the house, doesn’t mean that you should. Being a single parent is […]

If you got married and did not get a prenup signed and wish that you had, it is not too late. Texas also authorizes a post-marital agreement. A post marital agreement can do anything that a pre-marital agreement could accomplish towards future earnings. If you have already had significant earnings during the marriage, you would […]

For the first $9200 per month in after tax income (roughly $150k per year), Texas judges stick to the guidelines in almost every circumstance. Above this income level, there are no guidelines. You will hear attorneys say that someone has “maxed out”. There is a tendency to ignore anything above the guideline and just calculate […]

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 […]

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