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June 2017 Archives

What happens to retirement funds during a Texas divorce?

The two most difficult topics for divorcing couples to agree on are generally asset division and child custody. The more assets you have accumulated, the more difficult the division process can become. More assets and debts just means that there are more things for you and your former spouse to fight about. Certain assets, like retirement accounts, can create complicated issues during asset division.

You can’t save your marriage, but you can save the business

Not all divorce proceedings involve courtroom battles where spouses fight over every little thing. Some couples understand that things change, they have grown apart, or are no longer compatible and they amicably agree that they have a chance at a better long-term relationship if they end the marriage. This is ideal if the couple owns a business together.

You need an attorney to handle a traumatic brain injury

The majority of automobile accidents and workplace accidents result in minor injuries. However, in some cases, injuries to the head can result in permanent damage. People hurt in motor vehicle accidents or a work accident may not realize at first that they've got a traumatic brain injury.

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