Divorce is hard enough and the financial aspects can feel overwhelming, especially if one spouse will have to find a different source of income. Some businesses can become “like families” and the divorcing couple may bear the additional worry of how their split will affect the employees and customers. It can be difficult to decide how to divide a business in such a way that meets the needs of … [Read more...] about When Divorcing Spouses are Also Business Partners
The pre- 1970 divorce process in the United States was very different from the divorce process today. In the old days, "fault" divorce dictated that divorcing parties have grounds for divorce, which lead to to couples accusing each other publicly of moral turpitude and misconduct, sometimes with no basis in fact. Children also suffered greatly, and any possibility of a civil relationship … [Read more...] about Ways to Handle Divorce are Still Evolving
If you are thinking of getting a divorce you should be aware of all your options. In Texas, you do have the option of entering into a collaborative law agreement at the beginning of your divorce process. Here are some facts about Texas collaborative divorce law: Each party has his or her own attorney. There may be a collaborative “team” that includes a mental health professional … [Read more...] about Is Collaborative Law for You?