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Divorce with Business In Texas
10 May 2018 by Turner Thornton
How to Protect Yourself During a Divorce with Business In Texas, when you own a business and are seeking a divorce, court proceedings often get complex. Business ownership can complicate a divorce proceeding because the court seeks to provide a just and right division of property for both parties, which may not necessarily coincide with your views on what an equal division is. A just and right division is determined by the court as the most equitable or fair property division for both parties. Before...
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Contested and Uncontested Divorces in Texas
29 April 2018 by Turner Thornton
Divorce in Texas: Contested and Uncontested Divorces Divorce can range from a long, drawn-out process to an amicable resolution for marital problems that cannot be solved. Every divorce falls into one of two categories: contested or uncontested. A contested divorce occurs when the parties cannot agree to the same terms regarding property division, assets, child custody, child support, and debt allocation, among other things. An uncontested divorce refers to when a couple agrees on all of the issues...
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Who Gets the Engagement Ring in Divorce?
04 January 2018 by Turner Thornton
Who keeps the engagement ring in divorce? Call it cold feet, a change of heart, or in some cases, the seven-year itch. Whatever the situation, time has shown that engagements don’t always result in the happily-ever-after that was promised on a bended knee. One of the biggest battles arising from a broken engagement or a divorce revolves around a relatively small item – the engagement ring. So who gets the engagement ring in a divorce? Is an engagement ring a marital asset? It’s a dispute as old as...
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