Divorce more often than not means the division of finances. Whether it’s bank accounts and retirement funds being divided or merely no longer having a second income to rely on, divorce brings about significant financial change. Establishing a solid financial foundation post-divorce can help you regain control of your finances and keep you from sinking

In today’s interconnected world, our lives are intertwined with digital assets, ranging from social media profiles to cryptocurrencies and online accounts. However, these intangible resources often become a tangible concern when it comes to divorce proceedings in Texas.

Digital assets encompass a wide array of virtual possessions, including but not limited to: Cryptocurrencies such as

Texas is a community property state, which means that any property or debt acquired during the marriage is generally considered community property, and both spouses share an equal interest in it. However, it’s important to note that not all debts are divided equally during divorce. Instead, Texas courts aim for a just and right division

Divorce proceedings can often lead to contentious battles over asset division. For the most part, parties go through the process and play by the rules. But every now and then, some individuals attempt to hide assets to gain an unfair advantage. This week we’ll talk about the potential consequences of such behavior and why you

We’ve all heard the Kanye West lyric “If you ain’t no punk, holla we want prenup!” But what was he talking about and why was it important to the song? Prenuptial (also known as premarital) agreements are contracts that are entered into by future spouses before they are wed. The reasons a couple may to

These days more and more people are beginning to see and treat their pets as though they are their four legged or winged children. But no matter how much you love them and treat them like family, according to the state of Texas they are property and thus an asset to be divided during a

In a Texas divorce, there are several issues that are unique to considering a business as an asset in the property division. The normal property division issues of identification, characterization, valuation, and division each have intricacies for businesses that need to be considered.

Addressing the type of entity (corporation, partnership, sole proprietorship) is important because