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Handling a home mortgage after your Texas Divorce

One of the issues that is often times the most concerning to people going through a divorce is the family home. After all, not only is it the place where more memories and important events occurred ...
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How a mortgage is handled in a Texas Divorce

Beyond being a mentally and emotionally strain on your life, a divorce can also turn your finances into a mess if you are not careful. The assets and property that you have worked your entire adult ...
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How Do I Get my name or my soon to be Ex-Spouse's Name off of the Mortgage in a Texas Divorce?

Financial concerns are only natural during the Texas divorce process. Recently during one of my consults, a potential client brought up that he was very concerned about getting his soon to be ex-wife ...
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