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  • The Risks of Hiding Assets: The Community Property Presumption
    The Risks of Hiding Assets: The Community Property Presumption

    The parties in a divorce can spend a substantial amount of time and resources litigating about property division. As a result, some people might be tempted to hide or otherwise omit certain assets ...

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  • Here Are 4 Issues to Watch Out for in a Divorce with a Self-Employed Spouse
    Here Are 4 Issues to Watch Out for in a Divorce with a Self-Employed Spouse

    Whether a single or dual-earning household, a husband-wife family business, or professionals who own and operate their own practice, families come in all shapes and sizes, and their economic ...

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  • Dividing Debt in a Texas Divorce
    Dividing Debt in a Texas Divorce

    When most people think of divorce , they tend to think of some of its most well-known, and sometimes infamous, aspects. That can include matters like spousal support , child custody , and child ...

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  • How Does Social Security Work in a Texas Divorce?
    How Does Social Security Work in a Texas Divorce?

    Divorce is no longer the socially divergent issue it may have once been, nor is it only an endeavor for the young. In fact, recent studies and statistics make it clear the opposite is true: ...

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  • The Family Home in Divorce: Should it be divided? And if so, how?
    The Family Home in Divorce: Should it be divided? And if so, how?

    From a property perspective, divorce cases come in all shapes and sizes – from low- or no-asset divorces to those involving high net worth, complex financial holdings, and unique assets. Though the ...

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  • Property Characterization & Asset Tracing: Proving Separate Property in a Texas Divorce
    Property Characterization & Asset Tracing: Proving Separate Property in a Texas Divorce

    There’s no understating the financial ramifications of divorce. Aside from potential child support or spousal support (sometimes called alimony) agreements, most divorce cases require spouses to ...

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