Premarital agreements are also called Prenuptial Agreements, or “Prenups”. Most couples who decide on a premarital agreement do so for one or more of the following reasons; a) there is a disparity in their assets; b) there is a disparity in the amount of debts owed; c) they want to preserve all or a portion of the premarital assets for their already existing children; and/or d) to meet … [Read more...] about Do YOU Need a Premarital Agreement?
Texas divorce law
Under Texas law, a divorce has to be on file for at least sixty days before it can be signed by a judge. Even though a decree can be signed on the 61st day, that doesn’t mean that it will be signed on the 61st day, although it is a possiblity if the divorce is an uncomplicated and agreed one. The specific legal requirements that need to be satisfied in a divorce take time. Everyone … [Read more...] about The 60 Waiting Period for Divorce in Texas (yes, that includes uncontested divorce)