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What Does Community Property Mean During Marriage and Divorce in Texas?

What Does Community Property Mean During Marriage and Divorce in Texas?

Texas is a community property state. Community property can be defined as property owned by both spouses. That means all

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What Details Go Into an Enforceable Prenuptial Agreement in Texas?

What Details Go Into an Enforceable Prenuptial Agreement in Texas?

There is no easy way for you to raise the idea of a prenuptial agreement with your future spouse.  It

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Should We Prepare a Prenuptial Agreement Before Our Wedding?

Should We Prepare a Prenuptial Agreement Before Our Wedding?

In Texas, prenuptial agreements are valid, and if they are signed by both parties, they are presumed to be valid.

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How Much Does It Cost to Get Divorced in Texas?

How Much Does It Cost to Get Divorced in Texas?

When you are seeking a divorce in Texas, it is necessary to file a lawsuit, called a petition for Divorce.

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How is the COVID-19 Pandemic Changing the Way Divorces Are Conducted in Texas?

How is the COVID-19 Pandemic Changing the Way Divorces Are Conducted in Texas?

The Courts have changed how divorce business is being conducted since the COVID Pandemic closed our economy down. These changes

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