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  • Taking control of your credit after a divorce
    Taking control of your credit after a divorce

    There have been very few instances that I have seen spouses handle finances on an equal basis during my time as a family law attorney. There is usually one spouse who takes the lead on doing any ...

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  • Credit and Divorce: Get your finances in order by borrowing smart
    Credit and Divorce: Get your finances in order by borrowing smart

    Credit is a funny thing. Two generations ago our grandparents had a mortgage on their home- a home that cost around $10,000 most likely. One generation ago our parents started using a credit card for ...

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  • The effect of divorce on your credit
    The effect of divorce on your credit

    Today’s blog will feature you as the main character in a hypothetical divorce that you may (or may not) be going through. The purpose of trying to teach you all something through a story is that I ...

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  • Credit Accounts and their effect on your divorce
    Credit Accounts and their effect on your divorce

    Most people going through a divorce in Texas know that the laws our of state regarding community property will play a role in their case. If you can count yourself among those that possess this ...

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  • Texas Divorce Overview: Dividing Community Property and Debts
    Texas Divorce Overview: Dividing Community Property and Debts

    Community property is defined in the Texas Family Code as any property that is acquired by either or both spouses during marriage by any means other than gift or inheritance. This is obviously a ...

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  • Handling the issue of credit card debt during your divorce
    Handling the issue of credit card debt during your divorce

    Despite how powerful the judge may seem in your divorce case he or she cannot do anything to affect a contract that you had agreed to with a credit card company. If you agreed to pay a certain ...

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