Divorce is far from rare. The Texas Department of Health Services reports that there are more than 75,000 divorces in the state each year. Despite being relatively common, going through a marital separation is never easy for the couple that is involved in it. Every… Read On

In a divorce, figuring out how to divide your finances can be challenging. This division is even more complex when one or both of you have debt. Unresolved debt can create a substantial burden on your finances, so it’s important to understand which debts you… Read On

Child custody battles are incredibly difficult times for parents going through divorce. When one parent has borderline personality disorder (BPD), the situation is even more strenuous and unpredictable. If your circumstances involve a spouse with borderline personality disorder, divorce, and child custody, the following information… Read On

One of the most common questions in Texas divorce cases is, “How do I get my name off the mortgage when the other party gets real estate in the final decree?” The answer comes down to executing a quitclaim deed in divorce proceedings, but there… Read On

The Texas divorce process can take quite some time from the date of filing your petition to the final decree. At a minimum, your case could be pending in court for a few weeks; in hotly contested matters, completing the entire divorce process could even… Read On

Entering into prenuptial agreements is no longer considered as taboo as it was in prior decades. Instead, couples are realizing that signing this type of contract is one of the best ways to ensure that both parties’ assets remain protected not only in the event… Read On

Initially coined in 2004, the term Gray Divorce is used most often to describe divorces amongst couples who have been married for between 20 and 30 years. Gray divorces actually seem to be on the rise, with some research showing that although the overall divorce… Read On