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Money mistakes made in a divorce situation

The end of a marriage is an extremely emotional situation for couples in Houston. Although many couples will find themselves facing divorce, it can still be a traumatic experience for everyone. Financial issues are typically some of the most important matters that a couple deals with, however, if couples do not pay an appropriate amount of attention, many mistakes could be made.

How are pets handled in a divorce?

Many Houston residents enjoy having a pet. According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, 44 percent of Texas residents own a dog. In the United States, 62 percent of households have at least one pet. Pets are beloved family members that often get mixed up in a divorce settlement. So how are pets handled in a divorce?

In a divorce situation, financial affidavits are important

In Houston divorce situations, financial matters are almost always at the center of disputes. Many times, couples disagree about financial issues and a divorce just heightens the emotions. Financial affidavits are critical in a divorce because of the scrutiny financial information goes through.

Five reasons you may want a prenuptial agreement

Newly engaged couples in Houston are usually giddy with excitement over their upcoming marriage. Along with planning the ceremony, reception, what everyone's going to wear, and where the honeymoon will be, couples should also sit down and focus on financial matters. Financial discord is one of the top reasons couples get divorced, so sorting out important matters before marriage can help. A prenuptial agreement is one way that couples can settle important financial details and ensure a layer of protection for themselves and their marriage.

How real estate is handled in a Texas divorce

Couples who are going through a divorce in the Houston area know that real estate is one of the biggest assets a couple may have. Property division is a large part of divorce and for a spouse's future after the divorce. It is therefore critically important to know how real estate is handled in a Texas divorce.

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