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Entrepreneurial couples need solid business plan, prenup

For many Texas couples in today's economy, leaving the corporate world to start your own business is an attractive option. Married partners who go into business together have the benefit of taking advantage of the state's business-friendly tax climate, as well as shared expenses, shared responsibilities, and shared dreams. However, while every entrepreneur knows a good business plan is essential to success, many don't realize that a solid prenuptial agreement is also crucial when going into business together.

Some issues too complex for "do-it-yourself" Texas divorces

Residents of Texas often find that pinching pennies in one area can lead to an outpouring of expenses in another. Whether it's bargain-rate cowboy boots that lead to blisters and bunions later on, or a Houston short sale that produces a long list of home improvements, certain expenditures can have haunting effects if done too cheaply. Divorce and its attending issues, especially property division, are proving to be prominent examples of this category.

New divorce app makes process more navigable

Smartphones seem to be changing just about everything these days, from the ways Americans check up on sports scores to the manner in which they can deposit their paychecks. One psychologist has now added divorce to the list of processes made easier via telephone technology. The mental health professional, who teaches at the Touro College of Osteopathic Medicine and also consults with certain TV shows, has developed a "Healthy Divorce App," which he believes will make divorce easier for many Americans.

Financial Planning crucial in event of a high asset divorce

Whether a couple is exorbitantly wealthy or is simply living on love, the possibility of divorce cuts through all levels of the financial spectrum. As a result, it is important for husbands and wives to educate themselves on the financial basics of a divorce, if only to give themselves peace of mind during their marriage. In Texas, most couples want to retain their separate property after splitting from a spouse, but they can't do this without extensive organization.

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