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Month: May 2020

Taxes and divorce in 2020

The 2020 deadline for income taxes switched from April 15 to July 15 because of the coronavirus pandemic. This means that many have still not filed their tax return, perhaps because they focused on filing for divorce. Individual tax advice from a tax attorney is...

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How can you know if your prenup is valid?

When written correctly, prenuptial agreements can be useful tools that allow Texas couples to look to their future with confidence. These contracts outline how the division of marital property will work in the event of a divorce, thus lessening the chance that a...

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What are the signs of financial abuse?

Navigating different priorities is something every successful marriage should do, but it is not always the case. Couples’ disagreements over finances, in particular, are one of the most common reasons for divorce. This can be a general attitude where one spouse...

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Valuing a business in a divorce

Business owners often regard their company almost as a child. It must indeed be nurtured, and the staff must be taken care of. Still, filing for divorce often forces owners to also consider who should maintain primary “custody” of that business that may...

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