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How spouses find 'fault' with their ex in Texas

When two people get divorced in Texas, both spouses generally have their own idea regarding whose fault the breakup was. In some cases, though, spouses can agree on where the fault lies in a divorce, whether it is with one spouse, both spouses or no one at all. Other times, fault in a divorce is contested, with each party claiming the other was at fault. What many don't realize is that fault may be related later on to property division and each spouse's propensity for protecting assets.

How does 'equal' differ from 'equitable' in a Texas divorce?

Dividing property in Texas is usually not among the simpler things spouses must do during divorce. Texas functions under the community property system of dividing property, which is a system misunderstood by many. In the process of dividing marital property from separate property, and then dividing the marital property itself, Texas strives for an equitable division of assets. However, Texas is not an "equitable distribution" state, the way most of the states in the country are; Texas is a community property state. As a result, there can be much confusion over how assets are divided in the state.

Former NFL star's Dallas home at center of high asset divorce

The divorce legal issues of high-earning individuals are notoriously complex; for those who hold multiple properties they can be especially tough to navigate. Former NFL star and pro athlete Deion Sanders is still weaving his way through a high asset divorce with his ex-wife. At the conclusion of a high asset divorce settlement, as Sanders has discovered, there are severe consequences that come with not properly following a judge's orders.

How does collaborative law differ from mediation?

The end of a marriage is often a difficult time that includes many decisions. The decision-making process could entail making choices regarding what route for dissolution they should take. Time and money are often factors that control their choice, especially if both divorcing spouse are seeking a timely amicable divorce.

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