Month: November 2022

Resolving family law issues through mediation

Family law issues can be emotionally difficult. Many people believe that they have to go to court to address these concerns, but they may want to consider mediation instead. Mediation is an out-of-court process that facilitates communication and cooperation between...

What is no-fault divorce?

No-fault divorce law has been on the books in most states, including Texas, for decades, but it has recently become somewhat controversial. A growing number of conservative pundits have argued against the law in recent months, and some Texas lawmakers have argued that...

How will your assets be passed on?

It is common for people in Texas to believe that estate planning documents provide the details and instructions for passing on all assets to heirs and beneficiaries. But, as a recent news article pointed out, that isn’t always the case. So, how will your assets be...

Making a financial plan as divorce approaches

Of all the things that people think about before proceeding with a divorce case, financial concerns often have a way of causing the most anxiety, leading to uncertainty. How will assets be divided? What will your living situation look like during and after a divorce?...