Month: July 2012

What are some ways to co-parent after a divorce?

Ask any parent, and they will tell you that raising a child comes with challenges. But how about co-parenting a child with an ex-spouse? That has its own challenges, particularly if one or both spouses is unable to let go of hard feelings.There are ways to co-parent...

ATROs may be good option for divorcing Texas couples

Texas couples going through a divorce may not be familiar with the process of filing an automatic temporary restraining order, but it's one way to help the settlement run much more smoothly.An ATRO is a relatively new way to protect each party's assets in a divorce....

Advantages of signing a premarital agreement

Some couples struggle with deciding whether to sign a premarital agreement. Young couples who are marrying for the first time sometimes don't want to admit that divorce is a real possibility. The reality is that nearly half of all marriages end in divorce, and some...

Texas seniors may benefit from prenuptial agreements

Seniors in Texas who are planning to get married may want to consider taking a legal precaution that many young couples don't: Signing a prenuptial agreement is often more important for marrying couples who already have assets to their name.Especially for senior...

Study: Does divorce rate correspond with income level?

A recent study, which was published in the Journal of Marriage and Family, took a look at income levels and divorce rates. While people with low incomes and those with high incomes were found to have similar values, it's believed that socioeconomic factors play a role...

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