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How Do You Legally Split Property in a Texas Divorce Case?

Divorce is hard. One of the most contentious issues is determining how to split up property. Texas is a community property state. All of the assets that are deemed marital property are inherently considered to be jointly owned by the spouses.

Property Division: Dispelling Three Myths About Community Property in Texas

Texas is one of a minority of U.S. jurisdictions that operates under a community property standard. Under Texas law (Texas Family Code Sec. 3.002), community property is defined as “the property, other than separate property, acquired by either spouse during marriage.”

Do Grandparents Have Rights During a Divorce?

A divorce is challenging for all members of the family. For grandparents, it can be especially difficult to know what to do to support the family and where to turn to ensure that they will be able to continue having a strong, positive relationship with their grandchildren.

Don’t Discuss Your Divorce on Social Media

Getting Divorced in Texas? Stay Off of Social Media Until Your Case is Resolved. In the modern world, social media has become an almost ubiquitous part of many people’s lives. According to the most recent data from the Pew Research Council, more than 68 percent of Americans report that they use social media on a regular basis.

Does Cheating Affect a Divorce Settlement?

Marital Infidelity is Grounds for Divorce in Texas In Texas, couples can file for a divorce on ‘no-fault’ grounds or ‘fault’ grounds. To get a no-fault divorce in Pearland, TX, a married couple only needs to establish that there are ‘irreconcilable differences’.

Saving your business while surviving divorce

You and your husband spent years building not only a family together, but a business as well. Now that divorce is looming on the horizon, you are worried about what will happen to the business that you worked so hard to create and make profitable. You are not alone with your concerns. Studies have shown that many small businesses fail because of divorce.

5 things to know about hidden assets in a divorce

The property division process of a divorce is one of the most contentious ones that most people will deal with. In high-asset divorces, especially those that are already tense, hidden assets are a real concern. If you walked out on your husband and filed for a divorce, it is imperative that you take the time to find out if there are any hidden assets.