Parents embroiled in custody and parenting time disputes may already be stressed out. The prospect of one person deciding when or whether you can see your own children is enough to make a bad situation much worse. If the relationship is particularly contentious, it is possible that a domestic abuse or harassment allegation may become part of the proceedings, even if there is no evidence to support it.
There are enough questions that accompany the divorce process. Where will I live? Will I receive spousal support payments? What will happen to our joint property? These are all common questions to have when going through a divorce. For some spouses, though, there is the extra burden of having to wonder if a spouse is attempting to hide assets.
While most people are familiar with the term "prenup" or prenuptial agreement, a "postnup" or postnuptial agreement is often lesser-known as a marital contract.
It's no secret that a stressful marriage can wear down its victims through a process of emotional attrition. Indeed, even good marriages take effort. But when the relationship is "difficult" to manage in addition to the stress of juggling responsibilities to jobs, kids, and debt, miserably-married people can feel overwhelmed and can become depressed.
When a Texas marriage ends, the parties' expenses will increase while income decreases from two incomes to one. This can naturally have a significant impact on the financial picture of each party after a divorce is finalized. If each is aware of all the financial changes that can occur, they both can be better prepared to negotiate for a fair and comprehensive settlement.
When business owners divorce, not only are they facing drastic changes in their personal lives, they are also facing major disruptions in their businesses. The time and energy required to finalize a divorce has a major impact on one's ability to run a company.