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Protecting interests with a prenuptial agreement


For Texas residents about to enter into a marriage, it can be a fun, exciting and sometimes stressful period in their lives. There is a lot to think about. Preparations and logistical planning can take up a lot of the time of soon to be married couples. What's more, there are certain steps some couples may wish to take in order to ensure that their interests are protected in the future.

Want custody in a Texas divorce? Pay your child support.

Divorces rarely bring out the best behavior in people. When you're feeling hurt and angry, you may do things that are otherwise out of character. It can be hard to work through the complex feelings caused by a divorce, but you shouldn't let your emotions damage your chances of obtaining custody of your children.

Alternatives to alimony monthly payments


Texas residents who are about to enter into the divorce process have a lot on their minds. Sometimes, it can be a highly emotional time in their lives. And for many, there are lots of logistical things to sort out before the divorce process begins. Every divorce is different, and there is no one size fits all solution that is right for everyone. However, with some careful planning and negotiation, it may be possible to reach a solution that works for both parties involved.

Tips to Help Your Children Deal with Divorce

Divorce is hard enough for spouses, but when there are children involved, it makes the situation even more difficult. You and your spouse understand the circumstances, you have an idea of what to expect, and you know that everything is about to change, even if you are not yet prepared for it. Your child, however, does not have the same perspective you and your spouse have. Your child only knows that mom and dad are not going to be in the same home anymore, which might instill a sense of fear and uncertainty that he or she is not able to cope with.

Physical, legal and joint custody -- what's the difference?


Divorce brings with it many potential complications. No two divorce cases in Texas are exactly the same, and each divorcing spouse likely has unique goals that they wish to be carried out. Some divorces are fairly straightforward, with few issues that need to be resolved and everything mostly agreed upon between the spouses. Some are not so simple, and may involve heated conflicts and an extended legal battle in court.

The importance of a will


When it comes to estate planning, Texas residents likely have different goals they wish to accomplish. There are many different things you can accomplish in the estate planning process. Sometimes, it is possible to minimize family conflicts and confusion following a person's passing. This can be accomplished through trusts, financial and medical powers of attorney, designation of guardians, wills and other estate planning documents.

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