Human beings have a natural inclination to celebrate. Whether we're celebrating Christmas, New Year's Day, a pregnancy, a birthday, a person's "coming out of the closet," a retirement, and many more momentous occasions, we love a chance to get together to mark important events and transitions from one part of our lives to another.
The new year is going to bring new tax laws -- and that's likely to make divorce a lot more expensive for some high-earners.
You've probably never heard of a qualified domestic relations order (QDRO) -- but it could become very important to understand more about QDROs if you're getting divorced.
While people often feel like divorce comes on suddenly, the reality is that many people simply overlook red flags that could have shown them something was wrong well in advance. Understanding what your future holds helps you plan for that future, so here are a few common red flags to keep in mind.
Money trouble is one of the biggest reasons that couples end up saying, "I'm done," shortly after they say, "I do."
Nobody really wants to go through a hotly-contested divorce, but sometimes it's inevitable. If your spouse is refusing to play fair and won't work with you, sometimes the only choice you have is to move toward litigation. This is where the methods used in legal discovery become important.
Since Texas is a "no-fault" divorce state, is it okay to start dating again before your divorce is final?