Nobody really ever wants a divorce -- they just want to be happy. If you've figured out that happiness definitely isn't with your spouse, however, a divorce is the way you've got to go.
When it comes to their parents, kids expect a happily ever after. Unfortunately, things don't always work out that way. Life happens, and couples grow apart. Husbands and wives split up. The hardest part of it all is breaking the news to your kids. It's not easy telling them that your family is breaking apart and that mommy and daddy won't be living together anymore.
When you think about "hidden assets" and secret stockpiles of wealth that your spouse may be hiding (so that they can avoid splitting any of those assets with you in the divorce), your mind probably goes first to "offshore accounts." Maybe you even think about modern inventions, e.g., Bitcoin, that are uniquely designed to evade detection.
You may have been considering divorce for a while now, but actually approaching your spouse about the issue can seem overwhelming -- and a little scary. Most people don't cope well with major changes and disappointments in their lives, and there's no guarantee that your spouse will be receptive (or even aware that there's a real problem in your marriage).
People get divorced for all kinds of reasons -- but at least one of those reasons has to serve as "grounds" for the divorce. In Texas, the grounds on which your divorce is based can have a significant effect on your actual divorce process, so it's smart to understand your options.