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Accounting for all funds is important in high asset divorce

Often by the time spouses divorce, communication has all but vanished. Sometimes anger and resentment become so strong that the couple simply cannot speak civilly to one another. This state of affairs may be years in the making. During this time, spouses may begin to keep important things from each other. This can include information pertaining to the acquisition of money or property.

Open celebration of divorce is new trend

Many Texans love to find reasons to gather and celebrate. It makes us happy to convene in joyous recognition of such milestones as birthdays, anniversaries, retirements and engagements. All of these events are well established landmarks, but these days, more and more people are adding divorce to the list of rationales to pop corks and blow noisemakers.

Alimony should remain separate from other transactions

When getting married, a divorce is rarely on a person’s mind. Positive thoughts about a future life together take center stage. However, when the reality of life changes and a divorce does result, many serious issues can arise. Houston residents can find themselves struggling with decisions about parental relocation and visitation plans for minor children, property division and the payment of spousal support.

Pet custody concerns in a divorce

Houston couples that experience divorce must make many difficult decisions. Wrangling with the emotions common at the end of a marriage can make standard family law issues such as spousal support, child support, property division and more even more challenging. From a high asset divorce to a more simple divorce process, the need for some help is often real.

Lubbock divorce case a mistrial, new trial to be sought

Texas couples that must face the end of a marriage understand the many different challenges to be faced during the process. Whether an uncontested divorce or one that goes all the way to a jury trial, the emotional toll can be great. Divorce legal issues commonly include property division, child support and child custody, spousal support and more.

The relationship between divorce and Social Security

When a Texas family faces hard times and the challenges lead to the end of a marriage, the range of emotions and issues to overcome are great. Whether a complex divorce or an uncontested divorce, the process is never easy. Child custody, visitation plans, alimony, property division and more must all be agreed upon before a divorce is able to be finalized by the courts.

Tax-deductible divorce costs are few

The cost of a divorce is known to prevent some people from actually going through with the process. While not every divorce is cost prohibitive, some can become quite expensive. Divorce legal issues can find Houston spouses at odds and struggling to find common ground, extending the amount of time—and money—involved in coming to a mutually agreeable settlement. No matter the cost of a divorce, there is typically some financial impact.

Strengthening economy linked to growing number of divorces

During the recession, there seemed to be no end to the number of sad stories detailing the financial troubles of individuals and businesses in Houston and around the nation. While challenges still exist, the continued improvement of our country’s economy is bringing some good news now and then, giving back some hope that seemed to have been lost for a time. While this may be good for people’s bank accounts, it may not necessarily be good for every part of their lives. Experiences such as illness, accidents, divorce and more can still be found.

TitleBasic financial education urged for divorcing spouses

A divorce affects virtually every part of a person’s life. Houston residents who have been through or who may currently be going through a divorce know the breadth of reach of the experience. From property division to child support to visitation plans and more, the number of topics that must be addressed and agreed upon seems endless. The financial impact of a divorce can also be painful to many people and the losses can end up lasting a long time if proper care is not taken.

New thoughts about divorce trends in the U.S.

The prevalence of divorce in America can at times seem overwhelming. Most people in Houston either personally know someone who has been through a divorce or have been directly affected themselves in some way. With divorce legal issues ranging from property division to child custody, the angst that can often accompany the end of a marriage has led many researchers to seek out reasons for divorce and understand the phenomenon more fully.

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