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August 2019 Archives

What does a divorce mediator do?

It's important to be 100 percent clear on how the divorce mediation process works. This allows you to make all the right decisions along the way, while preventing costly mistakes.

Hiding assets during a divorce

Property division negotiations often become contentious in high-asset divorce cases, and this is especially true in states with community property laws like Texas. Hiding assets during a divorce is both unethical and illegal, and spouses who engage in this type of behavior can face consequences ranging from an unfavorable property settlement and a contempt of court citation to criminal charges for fraud or perjury. The steps spouses take to conceal assets and cover their tracks are sometimes elaborate, and it usually takes the skills of specialists to identify them.

Study finds emotional reasons key to divorce decisions

A study that appeared in the Journal of Sex & Marital Therapy suggests that the main reasons for divorce could be shifting away from issues such as infidelity or violence and toward a lack of emotional fulfillment. Texas couples may be more likely to end their marriages because they no longer love or trust their spouses than in previous generations.

Steps for a parent to take if a child is in danger

There are situations in which some separated or divorced Texas parents may be concerned about the safety of their children with the other parent. This could be leading up to custody negotiations during a divorce, or it may happen after a divorce. Whenever it occurs, a parent should gather documentation to support allegations that the child is unsafe.

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