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How can a prenuptial agreement protect your business?

Finding the perfect partner to marry may be a dream held by most in San Antonio. Yet if you own a business, your pending engagement should also prompt questions about how your ownership may be protected should the marriage not last. While considering the possibility of a divorce even before you marry may seem odd and/or unromantic, you may also want to consider the time and effort that you have put into building your company. You would not be alone in your concerns; in fact, recent information shared by the Wall Street Journal shows that the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers reports a 63 percent increase in the number of prenup filings from 2010-2013.

Judge orders Guy Ritchie to return son to ex-wife Madonna

Child custody agreements in San Antonio are typically always structured with the best interests of the children involved in mind. Often times, it may be difficult for children to express their opinions during divorce proceedings for fear of alienating a parent that they love dearly. Or they may simply be too young to comprehend the situation entirely. However, with the passage of time, and as they grow more accustomed to their new family environment, they may feel more inclined to make their feelings known. They may even wish to have the terms of their parents’ custody agreement revisited.

Helping your kids stay in contact with a parent overseas

Deployment can be a very difficult thing for servicemen and women and their families. Even if you are no longer married to your former military spouse, yet you have children with him or her, that difficulty may continue to be something that you are forced to endure. While you may not feel a pressing need to stay in touch with an ex-spouse who is deployed, it is important that your children do so in order for them to stay in close contact with him or her.

Outlining the proper reporting of child support on taxes

As the year winds down, people in San Antonio will often start to turn their attention towards collecting information for their taxes. Reporting one’s taxes is already a complex process. Adding the payment or receipt of child support to the mix may only serve to complicate it further. Both those making and receiving such payments often share a great amount of confusion as to how they may affect one’s tax status. As incorrect information on a tax form can result in scrutiny from the Internal Revenue Service, it is important to understand the tax implications of child support prior to preparing one’s taxes.

Texas’ separate-to-community property conversion process

Many of the San Antonio clients that we’ve worked with here at The Law Office of Roland R. Esparza, P.C. come to us panicked for not having signed a prenuptial agreement prior to marrying. Now, they’re concerned that with their marriages ending, they will lose much of what they might have brought into the relationships. If you share this same concern, than it may be important for you to take long look at how property is classified in Texas, and what steps need to be taken before property that was brought into a marriage is considered shared.

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