Property Divisions in a Texas Divorce

Property Divisions in a Texas Divorce
Everything you and your spouse own is considered “community property.” Meaning, you and your spouse have an undivided 50/50 claim to everything in a Divorce proceeding in Carrollton | Addison | Dallas area. However, some property may have been owned before the marriage, or obtained during the marriage as a gift or an inheritance. In these instances, the property is considered “separate property.” ...
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Texas Uncontested Divorce Law

Texas Uncontested Divorce Law
Texas uncontested divorce law is fairly straightforward and the process can allow certain individuals the ability to handle most of the process on their own. The idea behind an uncontested divorce is that the couple reaches a legitimate agreement that both will stand by throughout the divorce process.  If a couple is able to agree on the terms of their divorce, such as child custody, support, fina...
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Child Support in a Texas Divorce

Child Support in a Texas Divorce
Child Support Guidelines How much will I Pay / Receive in child support? To determine the amount of child support, the court will usually apply the "child support guidelines" to the parent's monthly net resources. The child support guildelines are spelled out in the family code and basically provide that the parent who is responsible for paying child support will pay the following percenta...
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