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Arbitrator confirms signatures on sports star's prenup

Signatures always carry tremendous importance when it comes to any sort of legally binding document. A prenuptial agreement, for instance, must be signed by both parties. However, those signatures must be provided voluntarily, without coercion, and with an understanding of the content of the document. The recent divorce trial of former pro football star Deion Sanders has swirled around this very issue, with attorneys on one side claiming part of a crucial prenuptial agreement involved forgery.

Expenses take center stage in high asset divorce case

A colorful divorce trial for a former Houston hand surgeon has continued to unfold in a Texas courtroom, as the man's fourth wife accuses him of overspending. Expenses often feature prominently in high asset divorce cases, and this one appears to be no different thus far. The man and his former spouse have locked horns in a divorce saga for over two years now, frequently making headlines for their money-related accusations.

Collaborative divorces can save both parties money

In every Texas divorce case, it is up to the individuals involved to decide what route to take during proceedings. Many couples benefit from a traditional divorce process, while many may already agree on important issues and thus seek an uncontested divorce. However, divorcing couples frequently need guidance on how to divorce as amicably as possible while tackling topics such as child support, spousal support, and property division.

Younger couples experience divorce differently

Couples in Texas divorce at all ages and stages of life. From those who got married as soon as they were legally able to, to those who tied the knot later in their golden years, couples at every point on the spectrum of life can find themselves pondering divorce. Men and women who get married and divorced at a younger age, though, experience the process a bit differently than their older counterparts, and may want the benefits of divorce mediation after their separation.

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