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Trusts can be an area of contention in a Texas divorce

Houston residents who are in the process of a divorce know how complicated all of the issues can be. Property division is one of the most contentious areas of a divorce and needs to be handled carefully and thoroughly. Property division includes all of the obvious items such as houses, land, vacation homes, bank accounts, stocks, and other tangible assets. Other assets such as an art collection or business are more difficult to divide and may require professional valuation.

Divorce mistakes that can be easy to make

Houston area residents who are in the process of getting a divorce can feel overwhelmed both emotionally and mentally. There are so many things that need to be remembered during a divorce that it can be easy to make costly mistakes. Some common mistakes should be kept in mind in order to try and avoid them.

Who gets to keep the inheritance in a divorce?

Many Houston residents will receive an inheritance from a family member at some point in their lives. Sometimes these inheritances can be small and sometimes they can be in the millions of dollars. A person who receives an inheritance and later goes through a divorce with their spouse may be interested in knowing what will happen to that inheritance after a divorce.

Modifying a divorce decree

As those who have gone through a divorce in Houston know, a divorce can be an incredibly stressful time for a family. Emotions are high and it can be hard to focus on the important aspects of a divorce settlement. A post-divorce modification may become necessary for one of the spouses.

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