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  • Characterization of Workers' Compensation and Disability Payments During Divorce

    In 2005, the Texas Legislature enacted Texas Family Code § 3.008 to address the characterization of casualty insurance payments, workers' compensation payments, and disability payments. Prior to the ... Read Article

May Posts

  • Characterization of Workers' Compensation and Disability Payments During Divorce

    In 2005, the Texas Legislature enacted Texas Family Code § 3.008 to address the characterization of casualty insurance payments, workers' compensation payments, and disability payments. Prior to the enactment of § 3.008, the proper characterization of these types of payments ... Read Article
  • Creating Custody Schedules for Children Younger Than 3

    Custody issues become increasingly complex when they involve young children. During the formative early years of life, a child should build a bond with both mother and father, and child custody arrangements should reflect this fact. Custody and care giving for young children is ... Read Article
  • Can I Get Temporary Spousal Support in Texas?

    If you are beginning the divorce process and you are not the main breadwinner in your family, you may be eligible for interim spousal support. Temporary interim spousal maintenance is a type of alimony available to spouses during a Texas divorce. It ends at a specific time or ... Read Article
  • Three Common Types of Disputes Involving Business Succession Plans

    If you are an owner, partner or shareholder of a business, you may not have plans to immediately retire, sell or move out of the business you have worked so hard to make successful. But at some point you will retire or move on to other interests. Business succession plans can ... Read Article
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