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Cryptocurrency and Family Law: Tracing Remainder Addresses on Exchanges (Part 2)

This article is limited to transactions on exchanges only.  The next entry will address remainder addresses in non-exchange scenarios. For a better understanding what cryptocurrencies are, please read the first article in this series, available here: https://www.dallastxdivorce.com/2018/08/articles/articles/cryptocurrency-and-family-law-the-basics-part-1/ Everyone in the world can see when cryptocurrencies are transferred.  Public addresses are wallets, and generally remain the same, … Continue Reading

Cryptocurrency and Family Law: The Basics (Part 1)

Cryptocurrency and Family Law: The Basics (Part 1) Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum are not going away any time soon.  Both have been sanctioned by the United States government, and millions of people within our country utilize these electronic currencies every day in a variety of ways.  Some use them as vehicles for investment, some … Continue Reading

A place to look for hidden money

I read an article in the Fall 2017 Family Lawyer Magazine (yes, I’m behind on my reading pile) that talks about away to hide income – at the IRS. Husband owed wife spousal support, which was calculated on his actual net income. After receiving a raise, Husband increased his federal withholding taxes above the amount … Continue Reading

Do the 12 divorce myths apply in Texas? (part 2)

This post is a continuation of the discussion about the 12 Top Divorce Myths. Here’s the link to part one: Do the 12 divorce myths apply in Texas? Myth 7: You can avoid paying child support. Child support is a mandatory order in Texas and must be ordered absent extreme circumstances. If you are ordered to … Continue Reading

Do the 12 divorce myths apply in Texas? (part 1)

Do the 12 divorce myths apply in Texas? The Huffington Post ran an article recently about the 12 Top Divorce Myths. The article was written by Daniel Clement, renowned divorce lawyer in New York, and they all hold true in Texas divorces as well. My favorite myth is #8. Read on to learn why. Myth … Continue Reading

Small business issues in a Texas divorce

On Monday, February 29, 2016, Attorneys Michelle May O’Neil and Jere Hight presented a webinar on Small Business Issues in a Texas Divorce through the West LegalEdcenter, a Continuing Legal Education resource for attorneys looking for accredited educational opportunities within their given practice area. West LegalEdcenter hosts its webinars for 180 days, allowing lawyers to access the … Continue Reading

A spouse owns a business in Dallas Texas but how does an attorney handle that in a divorce?

Did you know that businesses with fewer than 500 employees account for over 99% of all employer firms in the U.S.? And, very small businesses with fewer than 20 employees account for half of the country’s nonfarm GDP and have generated 60-80% of the net new jobs over the past decade? For the entrepreneur of … Continue Reading

Divorce Agreements, Einstein and the Nobel Prize

When negotiating a final divorce settlement, every divorcing person must decide for himself or herself what to give up in exchange for getting a divorce. Rolled into that decision is the priority of guilt, moral values, and the willingness or unwillingness to continue to participate in the conflict of the divorce process. These decisions and … Continue Reading

Divorce in the New Year Protecting Your Business

January is the month of renewal - closing the door on the negativity of the prior year and planning for the challenges of the new year. Many commit to weight loss, exercise, or stopping smoking at the start of a new year as an opportunity to make improvements in their lives. On the other hand, some people use the beginning of a new year to make new personal beginnings, such as ending their marriage.… Continue Reading
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