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  • Annulling Your Marriage in Texas
    Annulling Your Marriage in Texas

    Obtaining an annulment is a complicated process in Texas, but there are several advantages of seeking an annulment rather than a divorce. An annulment is a legal proceeding by which a marriage is ...

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  • Protect Yourself With a Prenuptial Agreements
    Protect Yourself With a Prenuptial Agreements

    Planning for your wedding day is a joyous occasion, but in the midst of romance, all couples should consider whether a prenuptial or pre-marital agreement may be wise to protect their financial ...

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  • Pop Star Iggy Azalea's Common Law Marriage
    Pop Star Iggy Azalea's Common Law Marriage

    What is required to form a common law marriage in TX? Most of us go the traditional route when getting married. Usually, we find someone to officiate and have some type of ceremony, whether it is ...

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  • Do I Need a Prenuptial Agreement?
    Do I Need a Prenuptial Agreement?

    How do I know if I will benefit from a prenuptial agreement? A prenuptial agreement is a contract signed before two parties enter into a marriage that describes how assets will be divided by the ...

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  • Reluctant Texas County Grants First Same-Sex Divorce
    Reluctant Texas County Grants First Same-Sex Divorce

    In June 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court issued its historic ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges , which opened the doors for same-sex marriage in all 50 states. For states like Texas, which did not officially ...

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  • Why Prenups Aren't Just for the Rich and Famous How can the ordinary person benefit from a pre-nup?
    Why Prenups Aren't Just for the Rich and Famous How can the ordinary person benefit from a pre-nup?

    Marriage is one of the most serious contracts you will enter into during your lifetime, but unlike other contracts - think mortgages, car loans, and employment agreements- the terms aren’t in writing. ...

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