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    • Mine, Yours, or Ours: Is my Spouse Entitled to Half my Business?

      It is never easy to divorce. If the couple or one spouse has their own small business, it can make matters even harder. Determining ownership after divorce can be complicated. It is possible you have ...

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    • When Is Collaborative Divorce the Best Choice?

      When divorce happens, it can a take a toll on your life both emotionally and financially. Some divorces end on bad terms, while others end more positively and constructively for both parties. ...

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    • 3 Ways a Prenup Can Divorce-Proof Your Business

      When starting a business, owners rarely think of marriage, let alone divorce. However, as life occurs, a person may go through an expected divorce and be left with uncertainty as to whether their ...

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    • 3 Tips for Co-Parenting During the Holidays

      During the holidays, additional challenges can present themselves for divorced or divorcing families. Parents may struggle with sharing precious time with their children, while children can feel ...

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    • 5 Tips for a More Successful Custody Exchange (Infographic)

      Dropping off or picking up your child from their other parent during child custody exchanges can be stressful for all parties -- you, your ex, and your child. Here are five tips to help avoid as much ...

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    • How to Explain Divorce to Your Children

      Children often have a tough time grasping the gravity of divorce, making it one of the most challenging things parents have to do in the divorce process. Here we outline some helpful tips to gently ...

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    • Can I Still Request Child Support If We Share 50/50 Custody?

      Child support is an important part of the puzzle for any parent going through a divorce. Child support becomes even more complex when parents have 50/50 custody. Many parents make the mistake of ...

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    • When Is Collaborative Divorce the Best Choice?

      When divorce happens, it can a take a toll on your life both emotionally and financially. Some divorces end on bad terms, while others end more positively and constructively for both parties. ...

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    • How Long Will I Pay Alimony in Texas?

      When going through a Texas divorce , the word alimony will likely come up. You may find yourself wondering, "Will I have to pay my soon-to-be ex-wife or ex-husband alimony?" How long will alimony ...

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    • How Is Debt Divided in a Divorce?

      When spouses divorce, many are concerned about how their property will be divided. In a Texas divorce, marital property is split according to community property principles, which includes addressing ...

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    • How to Survive and Thrive During the Divorce Process

      Whether your divorce is something you wanted or not, the pain it causes can be akin to grieving the loss of a loved one. The breakup of a marital relationship can turn your world upside down and ...

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    • New Texas Bill Would Change Grandparents’ Visitation Rights

      Grandparents in Texas have long had difficulty in obtaining ordered visitation with their grandchildren through the state court system. Texas state law has historically had a loophole that allowed ...

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    • Gray Divorce and Retirement: What This Means for You

      With divorce rates rising in older adults, the financial stability of these individuals may be at risk. Couples 50 years or older who get divorced, otherwise known as gray divorce, can impact the way ...

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    • Your Guide to Gray Divorce Issues

      If you're divorcing later in life, there may be special issues that are relevant to your case. According to Psychology Today , gray divorce, or divorce over the age of 50, is more common now than ever ...

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    • 3 Ways a Prenup Can Divorce-Proof Your Business

      When starting a business, owners rarely think of marriage, let alone divorce. However, as life occurs, a person may go through an expected divorce and be left with uncertainty as to whether their ...

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