You can divorce in a way that honors your marriage. In this 2 part post, I will discuss some of the “truths” I have learned in handling divorces for people.
Don’t get me wrong. For some people, divorce inevitably will be ugly, ugly, ugly. But for others – while splitting up is a grief-filled … Read More
In Texas the support payments (if any) can certainly influence how the marital property distribution is awarded, which is why it can become a very intricate part of the final outcome of any divorce. Keeping this in mind, if you and your spouse are unable to reach and agreement on this issue, the District Court … Read More
The biggest business risk that everyone overlooks is the one that starts at home. Here’s what to do if your marriage cracks.
Risk? As an entrepreneur, you can handle it. Recession, loony regulation, stingy lenders, and litigious customers-you’re ready for them all. But are you prepared for the risk that the person who sits … Read More
Tip 10 On Financially Surviving Your Divorce
Stop using your credit cards and start paying cash. It is said that you will save approximately 20% if you use cash and not debit or credit cards because you are more aware of what you are buying and how much you are spending. You don’t want … Read More
After being served with a Divorce Petition, you become the “Respondent” in the Divorce case. Most lawyers will advise you to immediately obtain an attorney and to not agree to anything and certainly don’t sign anything. If you do not respond in writing, with particular language and within approximately twenty days (actually, by the “Monday … Read More