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How to Prepare for Divorce in Texas

How to Prepare for Divorce in Texas

While there is no such thing as a smooth divorce, the actions you take during the process can mean the difference between an extremely difficult progression and a less difficult one. You should act based on a strategy, even when you cannot fully control the events. And, not only must you protect yourself legally, but…

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Remarrying After a Divorce

Remarrying After a Divorce: What You Should Know

Getting remarried after a divorce could have legal implications for you. Remarriage is not something you will be able to do without preparation. That’s because if you get remarried, you will still be bound by the terms of your divorce order. Unless a court makes a change to the terms, the divorce order will take…

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How to Value Assets in a Divorce

How to Value Assets in a Divorce

Property division in a Texas divorce relies on different rules than those used in many other states. In Texas, the presumption is that community property is divided equally between the two spouses. Before the community property can be divided, however, spouses need to know the exact value of each part of it. While assets are…

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texas divorce process

The Texas Divorce Process

The one thing every spouse needs to remember is that it takes time to obtain a legal divorce in Texas. Even though the state does not have a mandatory separation period like other states, there are still some built-in speed bumps that slow down the timeline. In addition, couples may want to negotiate a divorce…

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A Divorce Process Timeline

A Divorce Process Timeline

The timeline for a Texas divorce depends on a number of factors. You can expect that it will take some time after you file for divorce for it to be finalized. When two parties are able to agree on the terms of the divorce, it can be resolved relatively quickly. Otherwise, they could go through…

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Signing Divorce Papers

What Happens If Your Spouse Won’t Sign Divorce Papers?

Many people think they are at the mercy of their spouse when it comes to getting a divorce. They believe that if their spouse will not sign divorce papers, they are stuck in their marriage. Texas law does not allow one person to have that type of control over another. While a signature on divorce…

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