Texas couples who are considering marriage typically have an abundance of planning to do before the wedding. Those who own a business or share in a business might want to do some extra planning before saying "I do." Because so many marriages these days unfortunately end in divorce, deciding how to separate assets before marriage can be helpful later. One way to insure this is to sign a prenuptial agreement.
Throughout the country, divorce is a reality that many families must face. One of the most difficult aspects of divorce is dealing with child custody. While every situation is different, it is not uncommon for one parent to be granted more time with the children than the other parent. However, a new Texas bill is looking to change that by insuring both parents receive equal time with their children.
Although every Texas family is different, one thing most spouses who divorce agree upon is that the process is seldom easy. Especially where child custody issues are concerned, various challenges may arise that require outside intervention to resolve. Many parents have faced such issues regarding their children's schools; in particular, which parent is to be contacted if an emergency or particular problem arises?
Many Texas couples will be among those who file for divorce this year. Navigating the process is often wrought with challenge, especially for those who have children. This is not to say, however, that solutions cannot be found to provide all those involved the most opportunity available to move forward toward successful and happy futures. Division of marital assets is often a main concern, and anyone heading to divorce court will want to seek clarification of laws related to such matters.