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Common mistakes may prevent successful divorce proceeding

A marital breakup in Texas can impact multiple parties -- not just the husband and wife going through it. For instance, the scars left behind after a divorce may end up being passed down to future generations. Feelings of shame, blame, anger and despair often surround divorce proceedings, but a few tips may help those going through divorce to avoid making mistakes they will regret down the road.

Valuing business during divorce is critical to asset division

Figuring out how much a business is worth can be an especially stressful process for a complex venture. Adding divorce to the mix only complicates the valuation process. However, for those going through divorce in Texas, reaching out to a Certified Public Accountant with valuation experience may be helpful.

Litigation, collaborative divorce options in Texas

Ending an unfulfilling marriage can be a freeing feeling, but it can also be a stressful experience. After all, it is not easy untangling two financially and emotionally intertwined lives. A couple of options exist for tackling the divorce process in Texas, including litigation and collaborative divorce.

Divorce may cause credit score to drop in multiple ways

Dealing with the emotions of a marital split-up can understandably be challenging, but so can dealing with the financial aspect of it. The divorce process can have an impact not only on a Texas resident's net worth but also on his or her credit score. Here are a few ways the dissolution of a marriage can affect one's credit score.

Divorce has impact on retirement planning

The process of getting divorced in Texas can be difficult for both emotional and financial reasons. The financial side of divorce may especially be intimidating for those who are about to enter their retirement years. However, some tips may help them to protect their best interests when dealing with divorce-related financial matters that impact their golden years.

Specific steps may help to make divorce process more manageable

Although life may feel effortless at the beginning of a romance, it can quickly become a challenging ordeal if two spouses decide to finally split up due to irreconcilable differences. Tempers can easily run high, particularly if the two spouses cannot see eye to eye on certain divorce matters. A few tips might help them to navigate the divorce process easily in Texas.

Evaluating practice can be tricky for doctors during divorce

For highly paid professionals in Texas who own their own businesses, such as doctors, who are going through the dissolution of a marriage, the most important matter to consider is their practices' value. Many doctors in particular belong to group practices or partnerships today. A few tips may help them to protect their best interests when dealing with property division during divorce.

Entrepreneurship can complicate divorce

For entrepreneurs in Texas who are married, their businesses may very well be their largest assets. If an entrepreneur's spouse desires a piece of his or her business in their divorce settlement, being sharp-eyed regarding its future growth potential and value is critical. Likewise, being cognizant of the business' debts or liabilities is important.

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