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A prenuptial agreement: Insurance for a partnership

For Houston couples who are about to walk down the aisle, the last thing they want to consider is walking, someday, into a divorce attorney's office. However, even the most compatible of matches can come to an end if the situation just doesn't work out. Still, when a marriage draws to a close other issues may just be beginning, which is why a prenuptial agreement makes sense even if divorce seems highly unlikely.

Health effects of divorce similar to those of heart attack

No Texan wants to experience a heart attack, but, unfortunately, many may actually know what it feels like. According to recently-released information from the Mayo Clinic, a divorce or serious breakup can mimic the effects and sensations of an actual heart attack.

Collaborative law helps parties deal constructively with emotion

Houston parents are used to dealing with strong emotions. After all, childrearing is one of the most emotionally intense experiences there is for any man or woman. Nonetheless, divorce often comes in at a close second, in terms of sheer emotional magnitude. While some believe traditional litigation requires parties to suppress or overlook their emotions, collaborative law urges parties to acknowledge their emotions, and move forward in a productive manner.

Federal law and beneficiary designations in property division

Now that tax season is here, many Houston couples have finances on their minds. Unfortunately, divorce may also be a consideration this time of year, as the holidays have passed and the new year gets many spouses thinking about moving on in life. Of course, both marriage and divorce involve a heavy dose of financial considerations, especially when the marriage ends and property division begins.

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