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Appraising Business Valuation upon Divorce

Business ownership may cause a divorce to be more complicated. If possible, there should be a business valuation process prior to the filing of the divorce. It is vitally important to determine the profit a business earns. Also essential, is how to value the business as an asset to be divided upon divorce. The business […]
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Grounds for Divorce in Texas – Insupportability

In the State of Texas there are two separate types of divorce: fault grounds for a divorce and no fault grounds for a divorce. The purpose of this article is to discuss no fault grounds for divorce in Texas, meaning simply that neither party has caused the divorce. The vast majority of Texas divorces are […]
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Community Property Presumption – Texas

In Texas, community property consists of property, other than separate property, acquired by either spouse during marriage. What does this mean?  The answer can be complicated. The spouse claiming a certain property must trace, and clearly identify the property, as separate. TRACING involves establishing the separate origin of the property by showing the time and means by […]
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