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Planning well can make the division of marital assets easier

Divorce is major legal and financial decision, and the choices made during this process will impact the individual for years to come. This is one of the main reasons why planning for divorce in Texas before moving forward with the process can be helpful. Preparation can make the division of marital assets easier and lead to a reasonable and sustainable final property division order.

Property division can decimate retirement savings

The end of a marriage brings many significant changes in life, including personal finances. Regardless of how amicable a Texas couple is or how much wealth they have, property division will affect all aspects of their financial lives, including long-term savings. A divorce could end up decimating retirement savings which is why it is beneficial to give careful consideration to any choices made during this process.

Making child custody work well for each member of the family

One of the most difficult aspects of divorce is how this choice will impact the youngest members of the family. Parents experience difficult emotions and hardship during a divorce, but they should never let these things add more complication to what they are going through. There are specific things that Texas parents can do to make this time of transition easier and child custody work better for their kids. 

Property division considerations for a gray divorce

Divorce is a financially complex process, and Texas couples will have to divide all of the assets accumulated over the course of the marriage. This can be especially difficult when two people are older or have been married for a long time. Gray divorce, which is a divorce involving two spouses over the age of 50, can be particularly complicated when it comes to property division.

Fathers often have to fight for fair child custody order

Children benefit when allowed to maintain strong relationships with both parents after a divorce. Most courts agree that joint child custody is best, yet Texas fathers often still find they have to fight for equitable parenting time and fair terms. Mothers are not necessarily better parents than dads, but there are some who think it is best for mothers to have primary custody, especially when the kids are young.

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