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  • The benefits of a Texas premarital agreement
    The benefits of a Texas premarital agreement

    In my years of practicing family law , I have found that so much of the practice involves helping clients understand what reality is versus their perception of reality. For example, if you are like ...

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  • Estate planning, marriage and divorce: What you need to know
    Estate planning, marriage and divorce: What you need to know

    The word “adulting” has been added to our lexicon in recent years in referencing to activities that are thought to display the qualities of being an adult. Things like waking up early for work, ...

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  • Premarital agreements and the duties of a husband and wife in marriage
    Premarital agreements and the duties of a husband and wife in marriage

    What sort of benefits and disadvantages may be inherent for you and your spouse when it comes to signing a premarital agreement ? That is probably the most common question that I am asked by a person ...

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  • Divorce in Judaism: A Jewish Court plays its part
    Divorce in Judaism: A Jewish Court plays its part

    In the Jewish faith tradition, there are courts that are specific to Judaism which play an important part in the life of married persons who are seeking a divorce . Known as a Beit Din (rabbinical ...

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  • Handling real estate in a Texas divorce
    Handling real estate in a Texas divorce

    With divorce rates increasing over the past generation martial property issues are becoming more and more relevant. Whether it means drafting premarital agreements or dividing property in a divorce, ...

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  • Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements: Essential knowledge for Texans
    Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements: Essential knowledge for Texans

    There may be a less romantic topic to discuss with your spouse to be than a prenuptial agreement . Nothing says “love” quite like a contract between yourself and another person where your property is ...

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