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Millennials are approaching marriage and divorce differently

Millennials do many things differently than their parents and the generations before them, including their approach to relationships and finances. In fact, this specific generation is drastically changing up how they look at marriage, divorce and sharing financial responsibilities. By waiting longer to get married and often opting for prenuptial agreements, they are even changing what it looks like to get divorced. 

A solid child custody order is the key to co-parenting well

Kids can experience upheaval and emotional duress when their parents go through a divorce. To minimize the emotional and mental trauma a child may experience during this time, Texas parents may opt for a child custody arrangement that allows them to co-parent together. The key to making this work well is a thorough custody order and a commitment to the best interests of the children above all else.

Property division: Important issues regarding IRAs

There is one age group in Texas and beyond that has been filing for divorce at a greatly increased rate over the past two decades. People who are ages 55 and older are in this group, and many of them have determined they would rather start afresh on their own in life, even at an older age, than stay in unhappy marriages. Property division is often a complex topic in later-in-life divorces, especially regarding taxes and Individual Retirement Accounts.

Texas child custody: Which option is best for your kids?

When a married couple in Texas or elsewhere decides to divorce, the decision undoubtedly has a significant impact on their children's lives. Whether there is one or more children involved, parents must forge a child custody agreement when they take legal steps to finalize their divorce. There are typically numerous options available to resolve any disagreements parents might have regarding where their children should live or other important issues.

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