There have been two mass shootings so far this year that didn't make the biggest headlines -- although they were the deadliest.
Many individuals pride themselves on having their estate plan documents in order. But in actuality, estate planning is a dynamic process that must undergo periodic reviews and modifications to keep up with one's changing lifestyle.
For most couples, there is no one sign that a marriage is headed for a divorce. The arguments might start happening more frequently. The couple might find that they no longer love one another. Any time that they spend together, it seems that things always end with someone getting upset.
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.
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.
For Texas residents who are about to enter into the divorce process, there are many questions that can weigh heavily on their minds. Every divorcing couple has different goals and wishes when it comes to how they would like a divorce to proceed. Plus, there are various elements of divorce that are relevant in some cases, but not in others. Every divorce case is unique and there are legal nuances and complexities involved that can complicate the process.
Getting divorced is never an easy process. Ending your marriage means that you have to address issues like child custody and support and dividing property. You may also find that you will have to pay your future ex-wife alimony. This is a common aspect of many divorces across the country, including Texas. However, there are many factors that the court will consider when determining if you will have to pay alimony as well as the amount you will have to pay.
Following a divorce in which one parent is granted custody of a child or children, it is not uncommon for the custodial parent to also be granted child support. A custodial parent may be put in a bit of a disadvantage when it comes to working, as much time will be devoted to taking care of the children and to assure that they are properly nurtured. But having a child is the responsibility of both parents.
The rise of no-fault divorce has made it possible for many people in Texas and across the nation to obtain a divorce when, for any reason, they feel that they can no longer maintain their marriage. However, one Texas state representative has introduced a bill that may change this.