Divorce can come about in many ways. This includes through affairs, and this isn't just limited to physical affairs. Emotional affairs can also weaken a marriage to the point where a couple may decide a divorce is necessary.
Most people understand the concept of a prenuptial agreement. You and your intended discuss your financial situations and determine the best way to divide your assets in the event that the marriage doesn't work out. That's a simplistic definition, of course, since premarital contracts are much more versatile documents and can provide protection for you and your spouse beyond asset division in a divorce.
Stress can come from many sources, including financial difficulties. Such struggles can arise during a marriage. Also, the financial changes a divorce brings about can be a source of additional stress.
Whether you worked long, hard hours for several decades to build a successful business in Texas or just recently began your career as a first-time entrepreneur, you're likely to be very proud of your accomplishments and celebrate all the times you overcame challenges along the way. It's only natural you might worry about losing your business if you and your spouse decide to divorce, especially if your particular situation is a lot less than amicable.
Child support plays a major role in the lives of many parents and children here in Texas. We are currently in a month where special focus is put on this impactful issue. August is "Child Support Awareness Month".
The millennial generation has differed from its predecessors in many ways. One is in the age at which individuals in this generation are getting married. Generally, millennials have been waiting longer to tie that proverbial knot.
Fathers play a very important role in children's lives. Not having a father involved in a child's life can have many ramifications for a child. A recent study suggests it could even impact a child on a cellular level.
If you are involved in a high-conflict divorce, every room you share with the other person can feel thick with tension and anger. It may seem like a relief to retreat to virtual spaces like social media, but the fact is that social media can be just as contentious as a courtroom in some respects.