Prenuptial agreements (“prenups”) are simply pre-marital contracts that a couple can enter into prior to marriage. They can cover a number of items relevant to an intended marriage, as well as decisions when the marriage ends, either by death or divorce. Generally, these topics include: … [Read more...] about What Items Cannot Be Included In A Prenuptial Agreement In Fort Worth?
Following a divorce, both parents have rights to their children, depending on visitation schedules and other court-ordered issues. But when a couple is unmarried and terminates their relationship, the child’s father must establish himself as the child’s father. Otherwise, he has no parental rights, … [Read more...] about What Rights Does An Unmarried Father Have In Texas?
The Lone Star State is one of nine that has so-called “community property” laws in place. Generally, it means that everything acquired during the period of a marriage is considered part of the marital estate and is to be divided equally. This is usually on a 50-50 scale, and there are exceptions but … [Read more...] about Texas Is A Community Property State. How Does It Affect My Family?
One of the most difficult parts of divorce in Texas is for a child or children being away from one of their parents. Children need both of their parents, but a breakup makes that more difficult. A solid parenting plan with fair and equitable visitation rights can sustain and foster good … [Read more...] about How Are Visitation Rights Determined In Fort Worth, TX?