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  • How is debt handled in a Texas divorce?
    How is debt handled in a Texas divorce?

    In your divorce debt will either be divided up into the column of community debt or will count as separate debt belonging to you or your spouse individually. The general rule that an attorney will ...

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  • What about the house? Community versus separate property in a Texas divorce
    What about the house? Community versus separate property in a Texas divorce

    Your home is a huge asset for you and your spouse in a Texas divorce - in most cases. Assuming that you own some amount of equity in the home then how it is characterized in the divorce will be ...

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  • How is income from separate property treated in a Texas divorce?
    How is income from separate property treated in a Texas divorce?

    Texas is a community property state. The past few days we have spent some time discussing that here on our blog. There are a handful of other states in the USA that adhere to principles of community ...

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  • Community Property in Texas: What you need to know before you get divorced
    Community Property in Texas: What you need to know before you get divorced

    Texas is a community property state when it comes to dividing up property in a divorce . There are folks out there who will tell you that it is incredibly complex and difficult to understand. I’ve had ...

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  • Community Property issues in Texas family law cases
    Community Property issues in Texas family law cases

    Premarital and Marital Property Agreements are contracts between you and your spouse or spouse-to-be that can have a great deal of importance. A signed, written agreement between the two of you that ...

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  • Debt and Divorce: If you can’t avoid them both, don’t avoid this blog post
    Debt and Divorce: If you can’t avoid them both, don’t avoid this blog post

    When I am talking to a client about subject matter that bothers them, irritates them or otherwise doesn’t give them warm and fuzzy feelings I always tell them one thing. That is: I’m not having this ...

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