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Collaborative law focuses on entire family, not just spouses

Nowadays, there are countless different types of families in Texas. At the same time, there are a growing number of options when it comes to divorce. Some of these, such as collaborative law or mediation, are attractive to divorcing couples because they keep the focus on the entire family unit rather than just the two individuals parting ways.

Mediation can help solve prickly divorce problems

When a Texas couple realizes that their marriage cannot continue, countless issues relating to family relationships are bound to arise. One important problem, of course, is how to break the news to the parents of each former spouse. Even more significant is properly handling the ways in which one's parents may react to one's divorce.

Prenups: Protecting the past, present and future

Most Texas family lawyers and financial advisors would likely recommend a prenuptial agreement to anyone planning to marry. For individuals entering a union with a high net worth, a prenuptial agreement's importance grows. Some attorneys even officially recommend a prenup to their clients, keeping a copy of the suggestion in their files so that they are protected later on.

Property division debt discussions should not be delayed

There are two big "Ds" that few Houston residents ever want to navigate: divorce and debt. Frequently, these two issues must be confronted simultaneously amidst the confusion of property division. Often, it is helpful to at least attempt discussing debt with one's spouse before filing for divorce, but, sometimes, conflict makes this nearly impossible. In such cases, family lawyers and financial professionals can prove an invaluable source of information.

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