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How can a prenuptial agreement change divorce property issues?

Prenuptial agreements are not just contracts that the super wealthy make with their partners before they get married. In fact, many Texas couples consider and eventually do execute prenups before they wed. This is because a prenuptial agreement can spell out how certain items of property and wealth will be treated in the event that a marriage ends in divorce.

When relocation threatens a child custody plan

Settling the custodial responsibilities of parents who are going through a divorce can be a major undertaking. Texas parents who choose to live separate and apart from their children's other parents can face difficulties when they are forced to balance their desires to have their children with them with the need to share their children with their former partners. When a child custody plan is finally reached parents may want to do everything that they can to avoid having to change it in the future.

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