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November 27, 2015

Enforcement Issues: When Spouses Break Agreements

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While entering into a formal, written agreement with your spouse or spouse-to-be may seem unnecessary at first blush, there are actually several important reasons why it may make sense to have a discussion with your partner about signing on the dotted line.

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Categories: Family Law & Divorce

November 13, 2015

Understanding Texas’ Community Property Law

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When going through a divorce in Collin County, one of the most important issues that will need to be resolved involves splitting up the property that you and your spouse shared while you were married. As part of your divorce, you will need to work with a Collin County divorce attorney to make sure that all of the property you and your spouse own is accounted for. At that point, your attorney will use the law to make sure you receive all of the property to which you are legally entitled. 

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Categories: Family Law & Divorce


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