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Social media can impact the division of marital assets in Texas

Social media has become a part of daily life for most Texas residents. With the ability to share one's day with the click of a button or touch of the screen, many Americans are turning to social media as a way to keep connected with loved ones and friends. But as with any platform that one may use to share their personal life, couples going through a divorce may wish to keep some things off of the screen, especially when it comes the division of marital assets that one may want to keep out of the divorce.

Is a social media prenuptial agreement right for Texas couples?

Divorces can be messy and spouses can sometimes turn to unfavorable tactics when emotionally hurt. With the ever increasing popularity of social media, the opportunity to seek vengeance in a very public way may seem like a means to achieve personal justice without having to physically be present with the other person. Many Texas attorneys are urging newly engaged couples to look at a social media prenuptial agreement.

Child custody in Texas doesn't have to alienate a parent

When a Texas marriage dissolves, the life that once was is often broken apart, and piece by piece, divided and made into something that the now single ex-spouse can use towards making a new life. With material things, this is sometimes the easiest part. When children are involved and child custody cannot be worked out between the two parents, the stakes are higher and the tactics can sometimes be down right vicious. As of late, a new trend is coming to light that has recently divorced and now single parents very worried.

Texas veterans see retirement pay lessen with property division

Texas military families support one another through times of deployment, country instability and the general perils of life. Within the family unit, the constant moving around and lack of physical support during times of deployment can leave the left behind spouse feeling alone and uncertain. Sometimes, these feelings or other disagreements can lead families to separate. As divorces sometimes go, the community assets, which can include disposable retired pay, will be divided. This property division can spell trouble later down the road if not handled correctly during the divorce negotiations.

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