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  • Can I Get My Spouse to Pay my Divorce Attorney Fees?

    Divorce can be expensive. All too often stay-at-home moms, or spouses who have a partner that controls the finances, feel trapped. Have you been asking yourself, "Is it possible to get an award for attorney's fees from my spouse?" The answer to this question isn’t as simple as a ... Read Article
  • Hiding Assets in Divorce is a Terrible Idea: Here's Why

    Property division is one of the most defining aspects of divorce, and how it’s handled can have a significant long-term impact on an individual and their future. As such, property division matters are often difficult to resolve, especially when parties contest the ... Read Article
  • Texas Postmarital or Postnuptial Agreements

    Getting married is exciting! Talking about finances and the possibility of separation is not so exciting. But the truth is, everybody has some property or family law matter worth addressing and protecting. Regardless if you’ve been married for 6 months or 6 years, if you didn’t ... Read Article
  • Mistakes Companies Make in Mergers and Acquisitions and How to Avoid Them

    Mergers and acquisitions in every industry is a fact of life. In 2015, 3.8 trillion was spent in mergers and acquisitions , surpassing the previous record of 1.3 trillion in 2007. Reasons businesses merge or acquire with another business may include expansion in a region or ... Read Article
  • How farms and ranches can complicate a divorce

    In Texas, farms and ranches are usually owned by families, partnerships or family-held corporations and owners often have deep economic and familial ties to their land. In fact, it is not uncommon for ownership to go back several generations, with entire families contributing to ... Read Article
  • Dividing Stock Options in a Texas Divorce

    When divorcing spouses own complex financial securities, the division of assets can be a major point of contention. While stock options are divided following the same basic path as other assets, their classification and valuation can be substantially more complex. Below, our blog ... Read Article
  • Elements a Court Can Consider in Making a Disproportionate Property Division in Divorce

    Disproportionate property division is more common than you may realize. Although there is a presumption in Texas that divorcing couples will split all assets and property down the middle, disproportionate divisions are not unheard of when the facts of the marriage support it. ... Read Article
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