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An introduction to determining Texas spousal support

Determining spousal support is an important aspect of many divorce disputes, as both parties involved can be affected by the terms of the settlement for years to come. Having a basic understanding of how spousal support is addressed under state family law guidelines can be incredibly helpful to anyone facing divorce proceedings in the state. Provided below are a few key points relating to spousal support in Texas.

Socio-economic factors may impact how kids relate to divorce

Texas child development experts, academic researchers and family law attorneys alike are continually in search of information regarding how children are impacted by different life events and stages. Understanding how kids relate to major changes like divorce is an important aspect of improving the way many family law issues are addressed. Now, new research findings are shedding a little light on the role that socio-economic conditions play in how children react to divorce.

Socio-economic factors may impact how kids relate to divorce

Texas child development experts, academic researchers and family law attorneys alike are continually in search of information regarding how children are impacted by different life events and stages. Understanding how kids relate to major changes like divorce is an important aspect of improving the way many family law issues are addressed. Now, new research findings are shedding a little light on the role that socio-economic conditions play in how children react to divorce.

Alimony discrepancies noted by IRS

Texas couples who are embarking upon a divorce will face many decisions and challenges through the process. Many of these will be short-lived and over once a divorce is complete. Other family law issues, however, will last for many years after the official finalization of a divorce. Child support, parenting plans and alimony are some examples of the effects of a divorce that can extend well beyond the date that a marriage has ended.

Alimony discrepancies noted by IRS

Texas couples who are embarking upon a divorce will face many decisions and challenges through the process. Many of these will be short-lived and over once a divorce is complete. Other family law issues, however, will last for many years after the official finalization of a divorce. Child support, parenting plans and alimony are some examples of the effects of a divorce that can extend well beyond the date that a marriage has ended.

Postnup agreements may be beneficial for business owners

In the event of a divorce in the state of Texas, all assets are divided equally under community property laws unless you have a prenuptial agreement. A prenup is especially important for business owners who are concerned with protecting their company. In Texas, a prenup will overtake the state law that divides community property equally and allows you to have a say in who gets what if a divorce occurs.

Postnup agreements may be beneficial for business owners

In the event of a divorce in the state of Texas, all assets are divided equally under community property laws unless you have a prenuptial agreement. A prenup is especially important for business owners who are concerned with protecting their company. In Texas, a prenup will overtake the state law that divides community property equally and allows you to have a say in who gets what if a divorce occurs.

Former soldier seeks parental rights to child of minor

In Texas, the legal age at which a person can consent to sexual activity is 17. An adult who has sexual contact with someone who is under the age of 17 may be charged with statutory rape. If the person is under the age of 14 at the time of the sexual contact, an aggravated sexual assault charge can be filed.

Former soldier seeks parental rights to child of minor

In Texas, the legal age at which a person can consent to sexual activity is 17. An adult who has sexual contact with someone who is under the age of 17 may be charged with statutory rape. If the person is under the age of 14 at the time of the sexual contact, an aggravated sexual assault charge can be filed.