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October 2016 Archives

Why executing a will might not be as hard as you think

A poll released just last year made some rather startling revelations concerning the number of U.S. adults lacking a will. Indeed, it found that an astounding 64 percent of people were lacking this vital legal document, which would otherwise enable them to divide their property as they see fit, appoint an executor and even minimize estate taxes.

Collaborative divorce for education professionals

If you are a college professor in Texas facing the prospect of divorce, there are a myriad of unique challenges and special considerations ahead. The end of a marriage is a difficult process for anyone, but for those employed in higher education, it is particularly important to be prudent regarding financial interests and retirement goals. For these reasons and more, collaborative divorce is a beneficial choice.

In divorce mediation, skill, experience and the spirit of cooperation matter

While many people associate the divorce process with prolonged, costly and wholly exhausting litigation, this is by no means the norm. Indeed, the last several decades have seen an increasing number of divorcing couples -- whether through a mutual agreement or through a court order -- pursue various alternative dispute resolution techniques.

How familiar are you with the property division process? - II

Last time, our blog began taking a closer look at how the property division process works in order to help people better understand what will likely prove to be one of their more pressing divorce-related concerns. To that end, we discussed how Texas is a community property state and how the law defines separate property.

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