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Common mistakes that are made in a high asset divorce

Houston area residents who are considering a divorce know how emotional a time it can be. There are so many things to consider at the end of a marriage and it is not a pleasant situation. For those who are involved in a high asset divorce there is a lot at stake. There are mistakes that people make that should be avoided.

Collaborative law and Texas divorce

Many people in Texas who are considering a divorce may dread the process. Traditional divorce litigation can be time-consuming and expensive, and the adversarial nature of the process can lead to long-lasting feelings of frustration and resentment. The good news is that there are alternatives to the traditional litigation route. A collaborative law divorce works for many families and their unique needs. So what is the process for a collaborative law divorce?

Child custody and child support during a divorce

Houston couples who are going through a divorce often think of this time as the worse time in their lives. Emotions are high and a person's anxiety can be through the roof. There are so many decisions to be made and they can all be very important for a family's future. During a high asset divorce, children can be the central issue.

Do you need help with a divorce?

When Houston couples get married, they believe their marriage will last forever. For many couples this is true, but a large percentage of them will end in divorce. A divorce can be a traumatizing time for couples and it is important that their needs, including needs with property division, are well-represented.

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