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Posts tagged "Divorce"

Former Jackson 5 member headed for divorce

When couples divorce in San Antonio divorce, the common school of thought may be that abuse or infidelity may have been involved. However, in many divorce cases, some couples cite irreconcilable differences as the grounds for their separation. As the name implies, irreconcilable differences are defined as one or both parties to a marriage determining that they are unable to reconcile with the each other over the differences contributing to their marital strife. Once this point is reached, both may decide it better for the marriage to be over given the potential for further discord.

Former baseball star and wife end their 29-year marriage

Many in San Antonio likely know at least one married couple that they would classify as being immune from marital problems. However, simply because a couple is able to treat each amicably in public and does not choose to air its “dirty laundry” in front of others does not mean that it enjoys an absence of marital strife. Issues can arise in any marriage, and in many cases, they may easily be able to drive a seemingly devoted couple apart. Oftentimes, there may be not be a reason given for such a split other than a couple simply having irreconcilable differences.

Understanding annulment in Texas

For many of the San Antonio residents we work with here at The Law Office of Roland R. Esparza, P.C., getting divorced is not enough. In some cases, they may question whether the marriage was ever valid to begin with. This can be achieved through an annulment. If you are looking to challenge the validity of a marriage, you may want to learn all that you can about the annulment process so as to avoid any potential issues that may arise as it plays itself out.

Comparing fault and no-fault divorces

Many of the San Antonio clients that come to us here at The Law Office of Roland R. Esparza, P.C. are not aware of the differences between a “fault” and a “no-fault” divorce. If you are contemplating divorce, you may think that it is simply enough that you no longer wish to be married to your spouse. Depending upon the circumstances of your separation, that very well may be. However, in some cases, whether you plan on seeking a fault or no-fault divorce may need to be stated.

One-sided prenup denies hedge fund manager’s ex-wife alimony

For many San Antonio couples, the idea of signing a prenuptial agreement may seem like throwing a wet blanket over their burgeoning romance. Yet for those who bring significant assets into a marriage, such an agreement may be the only way to avoid losing a large portion of those assets should the marriage fail. Conversely, those asked to sign a prenuptial agreement by their wealthier partners may not wish to do so blindly. While the thought of the marriage not lasting may seem remote at the time, they may want to ensure that should it end, their prenuptial agreement provides them with favorable terms.

One-sided prenup denies hedge fund manager’s ex-wife alimony

For many San Antonio couples, the idea of signing a prenuptial agreement may seem like throwing a wet blanket over their burgeoning romance. Yet for those who bring significant assets into a marriage, such an agreement may be the only way to avoid losing a large portion of those assets should the marriage fail. Conversely, those asked to sign a prenuptial agreement by their wealthier partners may not wish to do so blindly. While the thought of the marriage not lasting may seem remote at the time, they may want to ensure that should it end, their prenuptial agreement provides them with favorable terms.

Highlighting the advantages of ADR

For many of the divorcing San Antonio couples with whom we work here at The Law Office of Roland R. Esparza, P.C., the prospect of going through lengthy divorce proceedings may be daunting. They may also not look forward to have their differences aired in a public setting. If you would like to end your marriage quickly and privately, then choosing to do so through family court may not be the best decision. You may want to instead consider a process known as Alternative Dispute Resolution.

Highlighting the advantages of ADR

For many of the divorcing San Antonio couples with whom we work here at The Law Office of Roland R. Esparza, P.C., the prospect of going through lengthy divorce proceedings may be daunting. They may also not look forward to have their differences aired in a public setting. If you would like to end your marriage quickly and privately, then choosing to do so through family court may not be the best decision. You may want to instead consider a process known as Alternative Dispute Resolution.

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.

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.