Month: May 2020

Defeating a prenuptial agreement in a Texas divorce

Most Texas divorce lawyers will tell clients that signing a prenuptial agreement is a good idea. It can prevent much ugly haggling if the couple should decide to get a divorce, and it can provide peace of mind knowing that basic issues of…

What is marital property and what happens to it during divorce?

Marital property is divided between the divorcing spouses when they divorce. Because of this, it is crucial for divorcing spouses to be familiar with what marital property is, and how it is different from other types of property, so they can prioritize and…

Texas Supreme Court review non-relative custody rights

Changing family relationships adds more complications to seeking custody after a divorce or the end of a relationship. In April, the state Supreme Court heard arguments on a child custody dispute between a 5-year-old’s father and her deceased mother’s fiancé. This case may…

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