December 31, 2016

High-Risk Divorces: Why Pre-Nuptial Agreement Is Important

Prenuptial agreements are a necessity for protecting the livelihood of both spouses entering marriage, especially in cases wherein the stakes or assets are high. Even if both parties agree and get the best options, the process of divorce is still […]
December 31, 2016

What Happens To The Family Business After Divorce?

When considering divorce, spouses often think about the family home, real estate, financial accounts and maybe even retirement accounts. One important asset that should also be considered is whether a family business may be subject to marital distribution. Overview How […]
December 31, 2016

What To Prioritize: Divorce Or Filing For Bankruptcy?

It is important to know that bankruptcy and divorce can actually go together. The catch, however, is knowing which to do first. Knowing what to do can have a major impact on your finances as you move forward. Below are […]
December 31, 2016

What Are My Protections if My Spouse Divorces Me While I am Deployed?

Prior to 2003, many a soldiers, marines, and sailors came home to empty houses and divorce orders. Likewise, creditors frequently foreclosed homes, obtained judgments, garnished wages, and repossessed vehicles while service members were deployed abroad. This little-known fact caused significant […]
December 31, 2016

What Every Texas Driver Should Know About Pretext Stops

Everyone knows the police can stop you for speeding, driving recklessly, swerving, running a red light, or committing any other type of moving violation. What people rarely understand is when the police cannot stop you. Texas DWI attorneys frequently see clients who were charged […]
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