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Protecting assets may require online efforts

Few would argue that the modern era isn't heavily saturated with the influence of technology. From computers to smartphones to everything in between, Texans store an incredible amount of personal information in these ubiquitous devices. What some individuals may not realize is the importance of properly attending to these technologies during divorce.

Who can receive alimony after a high asset divorce in Texas?

Couples going through a high asset divorce in the state of Texas may be interested in learning more about their post-divorce financial obligations towards one another. When a marriage ends, it's rarely the case that former couples can simply cut ties completely and go their separate ways. Whether or not children are involved, but especially if they are, there may be important financial matters that require former spouses to cooperate not only with one another but also with the current laws in their state.

Tackling the "liability" of marital property after divorce

Whether a divorcing couple brings in a substantial income or whether they are just getting by, one of the biggest sources of distress can be the family home. Even the most modest of homes can hold the majority of a couple's assets; thus property division can be one of the most stressful aspects of ending a marriage in Texas.

Death, divorce & debt may be linked in community property states

Most of the 50 states are not community property states. However, the nine states that do bear this distinction, including Texas, are unique when it comes to the issue of a former spouse's death. No matter at what age a Houston resident divorces, he or she could potentially have to confront a deceased spouse's debt long after the end of their marriage.

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Attorney Christine K. Lincoln

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