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Teamwork key to successful collaborative law outcomes

Many divorcing residents in the Houston area may find themselves intrigued by alternative dispute resolution. Those going through a divorce may have heard "horror stories" about a friend or relative's heated divorce or they may have experienced a contentious divorce already in their own history. Whatever the reason, many may understandably want to know more about how to have a relatively non-adversarial exit from a marriage.

Divorced parents can navigate holiday spending cooperatively

There are many benefits to obtaining a divorce via mediation in Texas. These include, but are by no means limited to, saving time and money, avoiding court and reaching settlements which benefit the entire family. Another perk of divorce mediation is that, by discussing divorce issues in a calm environment, spouses can lay the groundwork for future negotiations with their former spouse.

What grounds for divorce does Texas allow?

Navigating the end of a marriage is always an emotionally complicated journey, but a high asset divorce can be legally complicated as well. There are seemingly countless divorce legal issues with which to contend, such as alimony, property division, child custody and child support. Still, before any of those issues are resolved, some initial steps must be taken.

Prenuptial agreements and sound estate planning

Given the aging population of both Texas and the United States as a whole, many have been wondering how to navigate their golden years. Finances are often a big concern, and many different legal issues involving money can push families to either work together or become involved in a dispute. One tool that can help families avoid money-related conflicts is a prenuptial agreement.

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