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August 2020 Archives

Alimony expectations in Texas

If you earn less than your divorcing spouse, it's likely that you're concerned about how you will be able to maintain the same standard of living post-divorce. Your expenses are still likely to be considerable, especially if you will keep the family home, but your income is undoubtedly going to take a significant cut.

Community property and high asset divorces

In the state of Texas, marital assets in a divorce are subject to equal division, regardless of the circumstances. This is in contrast to many other states, where assets are divided according to the circumstances of the marriage and the divorce.