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Prenup, cheating rumors can affect high asset divorce

When a high-profile couple has a whirlwind romance, friends and family are often concerned that sound judgment may give way to impulsive acts. This concern is not without good reason, as a person with substantial assets or income can see their property interests threatened in the event of a divorce. For Texans with complex property at stake, an agreed-upon prenup can make for a relatively smooth high asset divorce.

Mediation can help spouses get through holidays productively

Going through a divorce is stressful; doing the same thing during the holiday season can be massively overwhelming. For many spouses in the Houston area, it may be tempting to hold off on any divorce-related activity until after the new year. Still, postponing the act of dealing with problems may backfire in some cases, as resentment builds and is compounded by holiday stress.

Understanding divorce conflict key to overcoming it

Any married couple knows that conflict is inevitable in relationships. Sometimes conflict might be trivial, but at other times it may form the surface of deeper troubles. When a couple decides that their own conflicts are irreparable, they may also decide that divorce is the best option. However, the process of divorce can unleash a host of other conflicts, many of which can be better understood through collaborative law.

Texas mogul's wife tries to invalidate prenuptial agreement

In the state of Texas, a prenuptial agreement is a tool that both parties can use to protect certain assets. These protected assets may have been acquired before the marriage, or they may have been obtained during the marriage. Either way, the prenuptial agreement allows parties to legally document what they want to protect. In cases of high asset divorce, though, the prenup may be contested later on.

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