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  • Expenses of a Texas Divorce: How they are calculated and the role of attorney's fees
    Expenses of a Texas Divorce: How they are calculated and the role of attorney's fees

    Not only is divorce a fairly expensive process but it takes away resources from that already expensive and time-consuming commitment that we all share called our day to day lives. If you are ...

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  • The wide ranging financial impacts of a divorce in Texas
    The wide ranging financial impacts of a divorce in Texas

    It is not just your retirement savings or business interests that can be affected financially in a divorce . What you will learn quickly in a divorce is that the areas of your life are interconnected ...

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  • Getting yourself finances together at the start of a divorce
    Getting yourself finances together at the start of a divorce

    There are many moving pieces from a financial perspective when it comes to your divorce. Think of you and your attorney as entertainers who try to keep plates spinning on the end of a stick. Getting ...

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  • Talking to your kids about divorce from a financial perspective
    Talking to your kids about divorce from a financial perspective

    When I was growing up my parents didn’t really discuss finances with me all that much. They got divorced when I was in grade school but, while I knew it wasn’t worth the effort to ask for the most ...

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  • College Savings and Divorce in Texas
    College Savings and Divorce in Texas

    To get a divorce in Texas and not have some language contained in your Final Decree of Divorce that takes into consideration the need to prepare and save for your child’s college education would be a ...

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  • Assessing your long term goals divorupon the conclusion of your divorce
    Assessing your long term goals divorupon the conclusion of your divorce

    While a reasonable and immediate goal for you to hold in the middle of your divorce is simply for the divorce to be over with, this goal will not suffice when it comes to your need to plan long term ...

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