Business Ownership and Divorce in Texas

Texas is a community property state. When couples file for divorce, both the community property and marital debts must be split. When the term “community property” is used, it is often presumed that this relates to items such as the marital home, vehicles owned by the couple, assets within the marital home, vacation homes, and […]

7 Tips For Talking To Kids About Divorce

7 Tips For Talking To Kids About Divorce

When a marriage starts, both parties are committed to making their relationship a “happily ever after.” But, unfortunately, that just can’t happen every time. 40%-50% of marriages in the US end in divorce. And a lot of kids are caught in those crossfires. If you make the decision to divorce while your children are still young, you might not […]

Life After Divorce: Should You Seek Therapy?

Life After Divorce: Should You Seek Therapy?

Over 70 000 divorces happen in Texas each year, yet the break down of a marriage and life after divorce can seem like one of the loneliest and overwhelming experiences in life. Even the most amicable divorces leave those involved with lingering issues and some baggage. It can have an impact on every other area of your […]