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  • Is My Former Spouse Entitled to Part of My Retirement in Texas?
    Is My Former Spouse Entitled to Part of My Retirement in Texas?

    In a divorce, most individuals expect to divide assets such as income, the house, vehicles, and even the children, but when they are told that they must split their retirement savings or pension plans ...

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  • An End to the Debate of
    An End to the Debate of "Who Gets the Ring?"

    So, you want to know what becomes of your diamond ring in the event of a divorce? Some people will tell you that the engagement ring is a gift, and that women should be able to keep it in the divorce, ...

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  • How are Student Loans Divided in a Dallas Divorce?
    How are Student Loans Divided in a Dallas Divorce?

    Student loans can put a lot of stress on a marriage, but that stress can be amplified when divorce rolls around and those student loans are still not settled. Despite popular belief, the person who ...

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  • Dividing Unusual Assets in a Dallas Divorce
    Dividing Unusual Assets in a Dallas Divorce

    In a typical divorce, couples will be forced to divide assets such as homes, bank accounts, cars, and other physical property. While it can be emotionally difficult to part with your hard-earned money ...

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  • What is Financial Misconduct and How Do You Prove it?
    What is Financial Misconduct and How Do You Prove it?

    Financial misconduct, otherwise known as “ dissipation of assets ,” in a divorce is when one or both spouses spent, gave away, transferred, converted, or otherwise mismanaged money or assets that ...

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  • Property Division Myths to Watch Out for in Your Dallas Divorce
    Property Division Myths to Watch Out for in Your Dallas Divorce

    Divorce is confusing. Even if clients think they know what to expect, they are almost always surprised. Divorce comes with it a whole slew of emotions, legal technicalities, and yes, myths. From “the ...

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