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Collaborative divorce offers some benefits

When the dissolution of a marriage in Texas is unavoidable, it is natural to feel anxious and fearful about going through the process. After all, if two spouses cannot get along, the divorce process can be hostile and unpleasant. However, it is possible to dissolve a marriage in a relatively amicable way thanks to an alternative to traditional litigation know as collaborative divorce.

Questions before divorce involving support and the marital home

Navigating the process of dissolving a marriage can inherently be tricky no matter how long or short of a time a Texas couple has been married. If the two spouses getting divorced find it hard to get along, this may only make matters even more daunting. A couple of areas that can be particularly contentious during divorce have to do with support and the marital home.

Asset division mistakes during divorce can be costly

As summer has ended and fall is in full swing, so are some spouses' plans to finally get divorced and move on with their own lives. The start of the school year in Texas marks the start of the season for divorce for many couples. A couple of tips may help those embarking on the road to divorce to avoid some costly mistakes.

Residency affects where divorce petitition is ultimately filed

Deciding to get divorced can be an emotionally and financially challenging decision. However, it can also be complex to address from a legal standpoint. An important consideration when filing for divorce in Texas is that one must reside in the state in order to file for divorce here.

Knowing finances is important first step in divorce proceeding

Money is one of the biggest causes of marital split-ups. For instance, perhaps two spouses in Texas are in disagreement about how they should spend or save their money, or maybe they feel that the other party is not pulling his or her weight financially. In the same way, money can be a huge source of conflict during a divorce proceeding. A couple of tips may help those navigating the financial aspects of divorce.

More millennials turning to prenups in event of divorce

In years past, the idea of putting together a prenuptial agreement, or prenup, was often met with resistance. After all, some couples felt that it meant they were starting out their marriages with the expectation that their unions would not last. Today, however, a growing number of millennials in Texas and elsewhere are embracing the protection that the prenuptial agreement affords in the event of divorce.

Retirement plans may be affected by divorce

In a retirement planning brochure, it is not uncommon to see an elderly couple smiling at each other as they stroll along a beach. However, couples in Texas who are on the brink of divorce while being close to retirement face a much more difficult reality. A couple of tips may help with tackling the financial aspect of a late-in-life divorce.

Unexpected divorce costs can lead to blindsiding

When two spouses in Texas cannot resolve their differences, divorce may be the best move they can make. Nevertheless, divorce is rarely easy -- financially or emotionally. There are a few commonly unexpected or overlooked costs that are critical to be prepared for during this type of family law proceeding.

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